USS to Showcase Simplicity of IP Upgrade at FMI Conference
RANCHO CUCAMONGA, Calif., (March 4, 2015) – To address the steady retirement of analog-based LP systems, USS is redoubling its efforts to help retail chains upgrade to IP systems. The company will demonstrate how simple and cost-effective the migration from analog to IP can be at the Food Marketing Institute (FMI) Asset Protection Conference, from March 9 to March 12, 2015, in Memphis, Tenn., at booth 1.
“Retailers employing IP systems are quickly seeing the benefits of upgrading,” said Gerald Becker, USS’s vice president for Physical Security, “but a lot of businesses don’t realize it’s so easy and cost-effective to make the switch when you have the right integrator. That’s where we come in.”
Becker stated that IP aspects he plans to reveal at FMI include the benefits of upgrading to an enterprise camera system, the effectiveness of POS-video integration and the increased profitability video analytics can bring. He continued, “With all the features, analytics and training we provide our customers, the ROI is easy to prove.”
According to Becker, he will show how IP’s adaptability allows the upgrade from analog to be done in stages, and that this flexibility makes the switch suitable for virtually any budget. “Even better,” he claimed, “we’ll show how the integrated analytics can drive a business’ profits and offer benefits beyond just LP.”
“With these systems, the LP team won’t just protect the bottom line,” Becker noted. “It’ll boost it.”
USS is the largest privately held loss prevention company in the U.S. The company’s mission is to use advanced technology to help its customers combat theft and run their businesses more efficiently. While USS is best known for its Electronic Article Surveillance (EAS) tags and systems, the company is also a leading integrator of video surveillance systems, access control systems, and radio frequency identification (RFID) systems. USS has over 100 patents issued and pending, which testify to the company’s spirit of innovation.