DIGIOP announces the launch of CARBON, a cloud-based insights and business intelligence platform for loss prevention and store operations.
Online PR News – 16-September-2019 – INDIANAPOLIS, IN – DIGIOP announces the launch of CARBON, a cloud-based insights and business intelligence platform for loss prevention and store operations. The intuitive dashboard delivers synchronized video and data, advanced data mining, and case management across an enterprise.
"DIGIOP CARBON was built to be an analytic dashboard for advanced data mining, specifically to identify risk and stop loss," said Michael Compton, CEO of DIGIOP. "By pairing surveillance video with POS data and other data points, loss prevention departments can be proactive about addressing loss, rather than being reactive."
DIGIOP CARBON pinpoints loss within a business, by drilling down into exception data to see an exact flagged transaction and associated video. Alternately, it also provides a birds-eye view of an entire enterprise, highlighting areas of non-compliance in store operations.
The robust module works seamlessly with ONVIF cameras and leading point-of-sale (POS) systems. It is also fully integrated with DIGIOP's flagstone video management system, ELEMENTS.
The software can be customized to an individual business' needs and continues to evolve. Current features include:
• Customized KPI reports compare metrics across districts, regions, or stores
• Cloud storage of exception data and corresponding video clips
• Automated real-time notifications and alerts
• Auditing tools to manage compliance of team members and store managers
• Video evidence displayed side-by-side with POS data
• Easy one-click exporting and link sharing
Managers and owners can gain visibility of loss across an entire enterprise with searchable and customizable reports. Standard KPI exception reports can be built and automated. Custom and complex query reports can also be built on the fly and shared.
"DIGIOP CARBON also has a case management feature, which is a tremendous time saver. Critical information such as case files, video clips, and receipt data can be shared within an organization, with human resources, or with law enforcement. Compiled cases are stored in a central repository and easily exported," said Jim Close, Director of Loss Prevention Services.
DIGIOP is located in Indianapolis and serves clients nationwide. More information can be found at www.digiop.com/carbon.