Comprehensive In-Store Analytics


RetailNext, Brookstone, Tilly’s and American Apparel Discuss Video Analytics at NRF LP Conference

Panel to Address “How Linking In-Store Analytics to LP Data Uncovered Lost Profit Opportunities”

SAN JOSE, Calif. – June 4, 2013 – RetailNext Inc., the leader in Applied Big Data for brick-and-mortar retail, announced today that RetailNext CMO Tim Callan will moderate a distinguished panel of leading retailers at the NRF Loss Prevention Conference on June 12th in San Diego, CA. Loss Prevention (LP) expert panelists from Brookstone, Tilly’s and American Apparel will discuss how using in-store analytics with LP video helped them improve profitability. RetailNext is also demonstrating new Loss Prevention capabilities including comprehensive Point-of-Sale exception reporting at the Conference in Booth #727.



Just as e-tailers track shoppers’ actions, in-store video analytics can provide brick-and-mortar retailers with information about customer and employee behavior that can improve bottom-line profitability. The panel discussing “How Linking In-Store Analytics to LP Data Uncovered Lost Profit Opportunities” will provide attendees with a look into today’s video analytics, revealing how some retailers are using yesterday’s video budget to support both loss prevention and retail customer analytics. Through case studies and video review, participants will see how in-store video systems can gather critical information to manage and optimize store performance.


Wednesday, June 12, 2013 from 3:15 p.m. – 4:15 p.m.


San Diego Convention Center, San Diego, CA in Room 30 D-E To book a meeting with RetailNext or its customers at NRF LP, please contact the RetailNext team at

About RetailNext

RetailNext is the leader in Applied Big Data for brick-and-mortar retail, delivering real-time analytics that enable retailers and manufacturers to monitor, collect, analyze, and visualize in-store data. The patent-pending solution uses best-in-class video analytics, Wi-Fi detection, on-shelf sensors, and data from point-of-sale systems and other sources to automatically inform retailers about how people engage with their stores. The highly scalable RetailNext platform easily integrates with promotional calendars, staffing systems, and even weather services to analyze how internal and external factors impact customer shopping patterns – providing store operations executives with the ability to identify opportunities for growth, execute changes, and measure success. RetailNext makes sense of more than 400 million shopping trips per year by collecting data from more than 30,000 sensors in retail stores and analyzing trillions of data points annually. Headquartered in San Jose, CA, RetailNext is a growing global brand operating in more than 20 countries.

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