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The One Retail Center Amenity You Want to Offer

Posted by Rick Charney on June 7, 2019

A growing number of neighborhoods are designing spaces that allow people to live, work, and play all in one place. Furthermore, the rise of remote workers has created a demand for coworking space. Not all remote workers want to be in a home office. For some, it's too isolating.…

How Car Dealerships Can Help Prevent This Expensive Problem

Posted by Norm Charney on June 5, 2019

The numbers aren't pretty…and these barely scratch the surface. Slidell, Louisiana: $120,000Grapeland, Texas: $50,000Clifton Park, New York: $10,000+Detroit, Michigan: $70,000Weymouth, Massachusetts: $50,000+What do all these cities have in common? In each one, a car dealership…

Here's a Better Option for Companies with Security Guards

Posted by Pearson Brock on June 3, 2019

A suspect shot two police officers in a retail store. In response, the officers' families are suing the retailer, the security company providing the guards, and the two security guards on duty at the time of the shooting. Why? Because the officers thought the guards had detained…

Why You Need Construction Video Monitoring

Posted by Ryan Cox on May 31, 2019

Construction sites are susceptible to an array of problems. Equipment and materials theft. Injuries. Trespassers. Arson. Vandalism. Natural disasters. The list is extensive. These expensive and life-threatening challenges require an effective construction site security solution,…

A Guide to Thermal Imaging Cameras

Posted by Melissa Parsons on May 30, 2019

When it comes to securing outdoor assets, there is no doubt you will encounter areas where light, or lack thereof, is an issue. This is especially true when trying to protect property perimeters. Traditional security cameras, while able to catch most things, struggle to see at…

Illegal Dumping: Why You Need a Waste Disposal Program

Posted by Pearson Brock on May 29, 2019

Illegal dumping is a problem that few multifamily residential properties and retail centers talk about or address. Because many people come and go on these properties, outsiders dump trash in the property's waste disposal area. They figure they can get away with it because no…

Why Legal Cannabis Can Outlast a Recession

Posted by Mark Mariotti on May 27, 2019

While no one can predict exactly when a recession lies ahead, some experts say one is forthcoming. Sean Williams of The Motley Fool shares six signs that a recession may come soon. Those signs include the unemployment rate, yield curve, inflation, home sales, credit card debt…

The Need for an Adaptive Supply Chain

Posted by Sean Murphy on May 24, 2019

How a supply chain operates has far-reaching impacts on a business. If any one area of the chain has a weak link, it could affect revenue or halt operations. To survive and succeed in today's landscape, companies need to move toward an adaptive supply chain. When they do,…