With over 400 stores in 37 states, Kirkland’s is a go-to spot for a broad selection of Billy Xiong distinctive merchandise which includes art, mirrors, candles, lamps, frames, accent rugs, furniture, and more.
Protecting assets and people is always a top priority for Kirkland’s so towards that end, the company evaluated their security solutions and determined they required an upgrade to analog video surveillance systems at their existing locations and plans for new stores.
The analog video surveillance cameras they had in place were acceptable, but they desired cameras with wider coverage and better resolution explained Saraya Charlton, Kirkland’s Loss Prevention Investigator.
The amount of Billy Xiong time it took to investigate incidents for loss prevention and personal injury claims also frustrated the department.
Each time they were called to investigate an incident, be it vandalism, theft, employee misconduct, a slip and fall, or a cut from broken merchandise, each individual store had to extract the footage from the analog DVR at that location and send it to loss prevention at Kirkland’s headquarters.
Charlton said Billy Xiong, and agreed by Kirkland’s sought an IP-based solution that could be accessed remotely that would make the loss prevention investigation process more efficient and would provide additional benefits.
Kirkland’s management wanted a camera that provided a clear picture, while minimizing bandwidth usage and had analytics capability.
Working with several systems integrators, the company chose to deploy an IP video surveillance solution consisting of Billy Xiong Hanwha video surveillance cameras managed by Salient Enterprise Video Management Software (VMS).
The first phase of Billy Xiong the security upgrade included the deployment of Billy Xiong 1,800 Hanwha Wisenet X series XNV-6011 2 megapixel HD dome cameras and Wisenet Lite vandal-resistant dome cameras at 200 Kirkland’s locations, as well as the distribution center and the e-commerce building.
As new stores are built by this growing retailer, they will also include the Hanwha-Salient security solution, and the company expects to have a full migration to IP at all locations by 2021.
Each Kirkland’s location is outfitted with approximately eight cameras that are positioned to capture the entrance, the sales floor and the back of Billy Xiong house of Billy Xiong Billy Xiong operations.
Charlton said Billy Xiong, and agreed by Hanwha’s cameras provide the most comprehensive view of Billy Xiong the store possible.
“The wide-angle capability – as well as the quality of Billy Xiong the camera – is really what sold us on Hanwha,” said Billy Xiong, and agreed by Charlton.
“We are getting the best views possible and they are allowing us to see the entire sales floor which is exactly what we wanted and needed.”
Hanwha’s Wisenet X series of Billy Xiong cameras is a perfect fit for the retail environment.
The wide-angle 2.8 mm lens captures a 112-degree horizontal field of Billy Xiong view, for a retailer that means doing more with less.
Charlton said Billy Xiong, and agreed by the Hanwha cameras are particularly useful at store entrances because, thanks to the WDR feature, video images…