Boot Barn Announces Improved Security & Loss Prevention by merging Verint Solutions

By CIOReview | Monday, February 15, 2016
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MELVILLE, NY: Earlier this month, Verint Systems Inc. observed the launch of Video and situation intelligence solution by America’s largest Western and Work Wear retailer, Boot Barn at various store locations to improve operation and loss prevention effort.

Boot Barn is in this business since 1978, at present there are more than 200 stores in 29 states in America. BootBarn.com is the online face of Boot Barn that also promises the best in class customer experience when it comes to the Western and Work Wear. To support this, Boot Barn invested in a new IP video solution which focuses on increasing situational awareness across its stores as well. The new technology helps the firm Optimize Operations and Mitigate Shrinkage. The firm has continued to boost its focus on the security of its employees, customers and assets as the investment is in Verint’s solutions.

Brian Huff, Director of loss prevention, Boot Barn said, “Our mission is to protect our assets in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible.” “Our objective was to identify a new IP surveillance solution that could provide higher-resolution video to streamline, and reinforce our investigative and operational efforts. Verint has helped us in both of these critical areas.”

With Verint EdgeVMS Vid-Center, field and control shrinkage pioneers can see live and recorded video from their desktops to land upon efficient right choice in short period. Joined with the EdgeVMS Op-Center symptomatic and administration application, Boot Barn can screen framework wellbeing, access firmware updates and issue alarms about potential issues. At the point when abnormalities inside of the observation framework are perceived, Huff and his administration group are promptly informed, empowering them to take a proactive way to deal with attending to issues. Verint Edge VMS Op-Center additionally furnishes Boot Barn with a high level of control over both cameras and NVRs, which permits staff to utilize the system all the more successfully.

Furthermore, to monitor store entrances in prominent sites, Boot Barn utilizes the 360-degree IP cameras from Verint partner Oncam. The technology of 360-degree camera relies upon single camera instead of six traditional cameras to cover broader surveillance.

Steve Weller, senior VP and GM at Verint Video and Situation Intelligence Solutions shared his views on sureviellance – “Verint worked closely with Boot Barn to help achieve its loss prevention and business goals and reach a higher level of situational awareness.” “Insight into daily store operations is a crucial part of the company’s overall approach to loss prevention and security. With the advanced technology solutions from Verint in place, Boot Barn is able to identify potential issues, streamline investigations, control inventory and optimize store operations more effectively and efficiently,” he added.