Magazines Archives - 2008 February

Online course to help retailers reduce fraud
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US-BASED software-solutions developer Shift4 Corporation has unveiled its new e-training course to coach retail staff on how to identify bad transactions at the cashier, ultimately reducing retail loss from employee errors which is said to come to about US$1,733 per worker annually in the country.

Said Randy Carr, vice-president of marketing at Shift4, in a statement released earlier this month: “When you consider all the challenges related to transaction security and payments in general, this course is a natural extension of our merchant advocacy culture.”

The 40-minute course, complete with high-quality graphics, animations and video, is fully interactive, allowing students to pace themselves while learning how to spot fake identification, credit cards and currency.


2008 February Stories:

Philips Lighting - Creating an inspiring shopping experience with flexible lighting

Vietnamese retail market expects US$54.3b growth

Sprake is retail director of adidas Korea

Rustan’s ‘Service before Sales’ mantra clinches GIA trophy

Osim ventures into A ‘final frontier’ Asia-Pac’s

Aditya Birla Retail plans to open up to 500 stores

Giordano to open 25 stores in India by end-2008

Hong Kong’s X’mas 2007 shopper traffic up by 11.8%

Versace making foray into India’s ladies fashion market

Coach to open flagship store in HK

Beijing financial district gets high-end fashion mall

Taubman Asia set to revolutionise Korean retail scene

Mall to boost East Malaysia’s retail scene

Ciputra invests in integrated Indon mall

Online course to help retailers reduce fraud

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