LILIN provides powerful video surveillance solutions which perfect for store chains
LILIN's video solution has been integrated with POS system at each store to trace sales transactions

Stationery Retailer Giant In Asia

A major retailer required better surveillance video in many of its locations throughout Taiwan Island. The company is headquartered outside of Kyoto, Japan and is one of the biggest stationery chains in Asia Pacific region founded in late 1980. The retailer is expanding business abroad quickly and so far the retailer has more than 18 chain store locations in Taiwan alone.

Upgraded With LILIN CCTV Speed Dome Cameras To Prevent Shoplifting

Theft has always been a well-known problem for high-street retailers. Because of the need to look out for the safety of both customers and personnel, the large area of the stationery stores, and the surveillance system in place across their 18 stores Taiwan nationwide did not meet their current security demands, the retailer has decided to upgrade their outdated CCTV system to provide employees and customers with the highest level of security. In addition, the company wanted to control its processes such as checkout flow more effectively by the deployment of surveillance cameras. With the use of CCTV technology, the company is able to prevent shoplifting and theft, and therefore to safeguard its stock and profit margins.

Choose Speed Domes From LILIN To Monitor

LILIN’s SI system integrator partner in Taiwan, EverPark, recommended LILIN speed dome surveillance solution suitable for this highly specialized retail application. The retailer giant adopted LILIN video solution ensuring real-time surveillance of the widespread stores throughout Taiwan.

Solutions Integrated With Stores’ POS system

There are 18 stores to be monitored and each store is installed with 5 LILIN SP312 speed dome cameras for in-store security solutions. LILIN surveillance systems are able to integrate smoothly with the existing analog infrastructure, and also LILIN video solution at each store has been integrated with the POS system to trace sales transactions.

LILIN provides powerful video surveillance solutions which perfect for store chains.

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