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EVOLVE-Store™ solution crowned ‘Most Innovative In-store Product’ at Retail Fraud Awards 2016

October 18, 2016


Checkpoint Systems, a leading global supplier of product availability solutions for the retail industry, is delighted to announce that it won the coveted ‘Most Innovative In-store Product’ award for its newly launched EVOLVE-Store solution at this year’s Retail Fraud Awards in Leicester.


Showcasing the very best in retail fraud and loss prevention, people, processes, strategy and technology, the Retail Fraud Award winners were selected by an independent judging panel of industry experts from the likes of Adidas Group, Dixons Carphone and Arcadia Group.


EVOLVE-Store is already being trialled in the UK across various retail verticals. It fended off stiff competition from a host of technology vendors, impressing the judges with its potential to enhance the in-store shopping experience and improve in-store operations through vastly improved measurement and monitoring of LP technologies.


Dynamic implementation of the solution means retailers can select the key areas of improvement in their stores. By measuring data from selected sources, such as the store footfall, number of ORC type threat alerts, fitting room usage and Guarding response to EAS systems, store managers can achieve visibility of their stores sensing devices’ data, through one platform. Estate-wide, head offices can then collect this data, compare and benchmark the performance of individual stores and assess staff interactions.


Neville Payne, Vice President of Merchandise Availability Solutions at Checkpoint Systems UK, collected the award. He commented: “We are delighted to receive this award from one of the leading organisations in the loss prevention industry. We’re extremely proud of the EVOLVE-Store solution and our customers across Europe are already benefiting greatly from introducing it into their businesses. Being selected by an esteemed panel of judges goes to show the strength of the product we have and it’s great that they can see the potential returns it can give retailers.”