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Checkpoint launches new state-of-the-art Evolve shrink platform
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Feb '08
Checkpoint Systems Inc announced the introduction of its new, state-of-the-art Evolve shrink management platform. This next-generation suite of electronic article surveillance (EAS) products enables retailers to take shrink management to the next level.

With its revolutionary new 360 RF technology, improved data connectivity, enhanced system integrity and aesthetically pleasing design, Evolve represents a quantum leap in EAS system performance, reliability, and reduced cost of ownership for retailers. The new system will be demonstrated at EuroShop 2008, February 23 to 27 in Dusseldorf, Germany (Hall 6 - Booth #C40), at the Dusseldorf Exhibition Centre.

Evolve provides retailers with a feature-rich, highly-scaleable EAS system to help reduce shrink, improve profitability, and enhance the consumer shopping experience while reducing unintended customer hassle created by false alarms. When combined with the benefits of RFID, Evolve will also increase inventory visibility, ensuring that retailers keep products on the shelves and available for purchase by their customers.

The new solution features 25% increased detection, differentiated alarm response through two EAS frequencies, integrated customer counting, Smart Alarm Management, Industry standard Ethernet connectivity and easy remote system upgrades.

"Retailers need the right tools to fight the increasing pressure they face due to shrink," said Rob van der Merwe, Checkpoint Systems President and CEO. "Evolve attacks shrink more aggressively, while also offering technological advancements that result in fewer false alarms and therefore less hassle for consumers. Additionally, Evolve's data connectivity enables our customers to deploy their limited resources more effectively."

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