Technology continues to play a significant role in supermarkets' loss-prevention efforts -- mostly positive. The use of more open computer systems, in virtually every part of the organization, however, has provided opportunities for a few high-tech thieves to commit computer crimes. For the most part, however, participants in SN's Executive Roundtable applaud technology's ability to combat shrink, whether through cashier-monitoring software or handheld radio frequency devices that help ...
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