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Everything About Plastic Bag Ban and Fee Compliance

  • Keneavy Krenzin
  • 10.03.2019
  • Blog
Plastic bags have been a staple of the American consumer since they were introduced into the grocery industry in the early 1980’s, with Kroger and Safeway first distributing them in 1982. Since then, they have become commonplace, with Americans using over 100 billion plastic bags per year, or about ...


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Percent Off vs. Dollar Discounts: The Psychology of Promotions

  • Keneavy Krenzin
  • 04.11.2019
  • Blog
Nearly every brand and retailer use discounts and other promotions to grow their business.  Successful promotions have the power to create a favorable brand image and deliver a targeted product or products to new and returning customers, all while boosting long-term profitability and sales.  And ...


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Battling America's Opioid Epidemic with Pharmacy Data Analytics

  • Derek Rodner
  • 10.04.2018
  • Blog
The scope of America’s opioid epidemic is staggering, costing the US economy an estimated $78.5 billion a year and tragically taking an average of 115 lives each day.  There is no doubt that the misuse of and addiction to opioids including prescription pain relievers, heroin, and synthetic opioids ...


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5 Tips to Improve Restaurant Performance

  • Laura Johnson
  • 12.08.2016
  • Blog
Table-service restaurants serve as a reunion or gathering spot for family, friends and coworkers alike, while quick-service establishments keep shoppers energized and moving as they search for holiday treasures.


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Use Case Spotlight: SITs

  • Derek Rodner
  • 10.06.2016
  • Blog
Single item transactions are always a point of concern for restaurant loss prevention professionals. While these transactions will happen in the normal course of daily business, high velocity by the same cashier is an indication of potential pass-offs of added items to friends and family ...


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Turning Sweethearts into Productive Employees

Lately, we’ve been writing about some of the most common types of employee theft, as a part of our loss prevention education series, and our tips on how to identify and solve these issues.  Sweethearting ranks on the top 5 list of common employee theft practices. Sweethearting is the term used when ...


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Data Driven Retail Transformation: An Idea Ahead of its Time

All employees who are tasked with supporting retail and restaurant operations are being challenged to assimilate and disseminate a wealth of information in the form of structured and unstructured data every day. The looming challenge is that the amount of data being generated by customers, vendors, ...


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