The Digital Loop solves the dilemma faced by retailers who recognise that wide and uncluttered entrances not only attract more customers into a shop but also add a risk of undetected theft. It is now possible to balance the storefront appeal the designer intended while addressing the unwanted attentions of the shoplifter. Displayed merchandise is visibly tagged with a selection from the mini tag range thereby alerting shoplifters to the certain risk of detection.
Running your own retail operation can potentially be stressful for a number of reasons, but you do it because it's a challenge and is ultimately rewarding. There are many difficult aspects to your job - but protecting your store must be paramount for your business operations to be a success. Theft can account for much of the loss of a retail operation's profits and is potentially a huge issue to overcome, especially if you run a small-to-medium business and can't afford to employ a full time security manager. To make sure that they don't fall a victim to theft, many stores have turned to installing security systems - but what do you do if you'd like to be more discreet about the security you deploy? You may not want to make your genuine customers anxious, or you just want to uphold a good reputation? A great way of answering these questions is by installing a concealed door security system.
Popular amongst many retailers, concealed door security systems are installed on the points of exit of a retail store to prevent shoplifters leaving with products that have been electronically tagged. When a person steps in between the system with a tag, the alarm will go off, alerting you. Designed to be more concealed than pedestal systems, they are an effective way of detecting theft without the need to use space that you can't afford to lose, which the bigger, more visible security systems do. With the tags able to be detached or deactivated at the point of purchase, it also won't affect the feeling of your genuine customers as they pass through the same system.
1. More space. As already mentioned, other security systems can take up more space in your store, leaving you less room in which to operate your business. Installing a concealed door system is helpful if space is vital in your store and you simply can't afford to reduce the size of your retail operation.
2. Keeps store's aesthetics. If you're worried about a visible security system not fitting in with the look of your store, then a concealed door system is able to hide amongst your decor and not draw attention to itself.This helps if you have a set colour scheme that you don't want to upset, or you just simply think that it draws attention away from your products.
3. Helps customers to feel more relaxed. As necessary as they are, visible security systems can potentially make genuine customers feeling somewhat awkward and uneasy. Taking away these visible systems, will help them to relax as they go about their shopping experience.
4. Helps create a more welcoming entrance. Store entrance design can be critical in enticing customers across the threshold. Sometimes by creating an opening cluttered with security pedestals this can be seen as a barrier to entry for some people. Trying to get a balance between a warm inviting space and also a secure one can be tricky. Often store design can dictate which kind of system you will choose, however the concealed system offers both designers and retail clients greater flexibility.
So if you'd like to protect your store from theft, but don't want to necessarily let people know that you employ such a system, then a concealed door system is perfect for your needs. Easy to operate, there has never been a better time make fully sure that your store is protected.
At Tagmax we stock a wide range of concealed door security systems that are designed to protect you and your business. For more information on this or any of our other retail security systems services, please don't hesitate, get in touch:0800 044 316007770 870 firstname.lastname@example.org