DVR technology is a crucial to any Dry Cleaner; DCME has been involved in this technology for over 15 Years.
Adding a DVR system to your dry cleaning store, just gives you that little extra security on your day-to-day business running.
The Importance of CCTV and Security Cameras in Dry-Cleaning!
It is not surprising that in tough economic times dry cleaners are looking to protect their hard-earned profits by minimising theft and other criminal activity such as shoplifting and employee theft. Luckily, technology has come to the rescue and dry cleaners can now take advantage of CCTV surveillance systems at an affordable price, which offers a level of performance and value that would not have been imaginable in the past.
DCME DVR security solution provides dry cleaners with a fully scalable solution for any sized premises from large stores to small outlets on any budget.
How important is CCTV in the dry cleaning industry?
Reduce issues with of incoming/ outgoing orders.
The visible of security cameras can be an effective way to identify or deter ongoing concerns with stains or qty of items being dropped off or picked up because consumers who know that the dry cleaning store is equipped with the CCTV are less tempted to assume or participate in incorrect qty’s of items or stains not being pointed out. In addition, the security camera can easily help you to identify the individual who committed the crime with clear images.
Reduce Employee Theft
Despite background investigations and interviews, no manger can ever be 100% sure that an employee won’t steal anything. Observing and playing back recorded video on your security system allows you to spot cases of employee theft. For instance, DCME Dvr (Digital Video Recorders) has the capability to overlay receipt text from a till onto the video image captures, as items are scanned in real-time. This can eliminate instances of employee theft, where cashiers pass high-value items through a till system as a lower value item.
Other Benefits of Installing Retail Security Cameras
In addition to preventing criminal activity, security cameras can help build a safer workplace by monitoring employees and surveying the floor for any safety risks. For example, the CCTV camera can record instances of employee abuse or harassment towards other employees, which can be sued as evidence against the opponents.
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