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Ocucon Featured on BBC News Click

2020-09-29T13:57:49+00:00Categories: News, Occupancy Management, Retail|Tags: |

Ocucon has just featured in a piece filmed at Aldi’s Goldthorpe store in Rotherham by ‘Click’, the BBC’s flagship technology programme, which streams across five BBC channels, including iPlayer, and covers the latest developments in global technology. - The piece focuses on Occupi, an occupancy control system developed by Ocucon in the wake of COVID-19, following [...]

How LP Teams Can Add Value & Profitability in the Age of Covid-19

2020-09-03T13:42:25+00:00Categories: Cloud storage, Occupancy Management, Retail|

The unprecedented times that we all find ourselves in is proving challenging for all sectors. In retail, policies and procedures are constantly changing on a local and national level. Retailers are also facing a global rise in claims and fraud relating to slips, trips, and falls. Particularly for Retail Loss Prevention teams, adaptability and innovation should [...]

How To Protect The Health and Safety of Security Staff

2020-08-13T11:02:13+00:00Categories: News, Occupancy Management, Retail|

During the COVID-19 pandemic, many workers have found themselves working from home or have been furloughed. Many security employees, however, have continued to work, controlling retail shopping crowds, guarding company assets, and enforcing new rules like wearing a mask, social distancing and limited capacity levels in stores. All of these activities put them at a close [...]

How Retailers Can Deliver a High Quality Experience Whilst Following Social Distancing Rules

2020-08-13T11:05:43+00:00Categories: Occupancy Management, Retail|

Most retailers have in some way modified their store operations in order to facilitate social distancing to protect customers and staff from the coronavirus. However, key challenges remain, such as: — Difficulty determining which stores to reopen due to the uneven nature of the recovery — Consumer behaviour may be altered — Potential for too many [...]