Facing an increase in theft during the COVID-19 pandemic, retailers need to improve their security and loss prevention efforts by investing in the right technology. While video surveillance is a key component of any successful loss prevention plan, certain cameras and video surveillance functionality can have a greater impact on shoplifting and internal fraud.
Additionally, now more than ever, banks can focus on security and compliance with the help of IP cameras with AI analytics, which can make that job easier, reducing both false alarms and staff effort.
March Networks’ video-based business intelligence solution uses surveillance video integrated with analytics and ATM/teller and POS transaction data to help detect compliance issues and other suspicious or atypical behavior. Their powerful investigative tools are particularly aimed at two important market verticals: retail and banking.
On 15 September, March Networks representatives will hold a presentation and technical demonstration of their solutions for more effective loss prevention, fraud detection and business optimization.
March Networks solutions are available in Romania through their certified partner, Intrarom, a major player in the market of integrated IT&C solutions and custom applications for the public, enterprise, utilities and banking sectors in Romania.
Intrarom, a subsidiary of Intracom Telecom, has constantly consolidated its position as major vendor on the Romanian Telecommunications Market. The company employs 275 professionals on an industrial area of 33,000 sq.m. Sustained by a solid infrastructure of a 24 million euros investment, Intrarom’s experience covers the following lines of business: turn-key solutions for telcos, integrated IT&C solutions for Public Sector, tailor-made applications for enterprise, utilities and banking sector, multi-vendor support and field maintenance, and telecommunication systems manufacturing. For more information, please visit www.intrarom.ro.