WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Raley's here was able to reduce losses attributable to operational and fraud-related shrink by about $18 million last year as a result of a chainwide rollout of a centralized asset protection program based in part on a POS video auditing system, SN learned last week. Raley's began testing the system at six stores in September 2008 and began a rollout to its 134 stores in California and Nevada in January 2009, completing it in August of last year. As of June 30, ...
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