The Intermarché Tournai supermarket in Belgium has created a safer place to work and shop using the SafePay closed cash management system.
Topic: Gunnebo | Retail Security
Retailers are having to dedicate more time and resource to managing cash than ever before — which is proving costly to their business.
Handling cash exposes petrol stations to security risks as well as added costs. A closed cash management system can help address these and other challenges.
The traditional cash cycle was dominated by banks who took the bulk of the responsibility for cash management processes. But all that has changed.
During 2017 Gunnebo published a total of 32 posts on the Security Matters blog. These are the five most read posts from the year.
Shoplifting carried out by employees - internal theft - is a problem which retailers often overlook. But there are some simple ways to make sure it never happens.
Counting and processing cash by hand is not only a security risk, but is also prone to costly errors. Here are the major drawbacks retailers experience with manual cash handling.
Automation of cash management processes has the potential to generate considerable cost savings for retailers as well as numerous other benefits related to time efficiency.
Shoplifting costs retailers billions annually. Here are 13 quick tips for store owners and security managers to help tackle theft and reduce shrinkage.