LPF Announces Newest Doctorate Partner
Monday, October 21, 2019
Posted by: Ashley Bartol
LPF Announces Newest Doctorate Level Partner Focused on Retail Loss Prevention
(Matthews, NC – October 21, 2019) The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF) announced today that Dell Technologies has committed to joining the LPF as a Doctorate level partner.
Dell Technologies, a long-time leader in IT solutions and digital transformation, helps to enrich and personalize the customer experience, leveraging their expertise in cloud-based infrastructure and agile development to power retail innovation. Dell Technologies can improve your asset protection / loss prevention by adding advanced transaction security, improving your depth of defense against cyber-attacks, helping adhere to standards and compliance requirements.
Dell Technologies is making a commitment to the loss prevention industry by supporting the education of LP/AP professionals. This exciting new collaboration with the LPF, focused on retail support, will allow Dell Technologies to award numerous LPQ and LPC certification course scholarships to retailers, universities, and internal associates.
“We are delighted to announce our work with Dell Technologies,” commented Terry Sullivan, LPC, President of the LPF. “Our mission is to advance the retail LP/AP profession by providing relevant, convenient, and challenging educational courses and our partners are vital to the continuation of this. By working with the LPF, they are demonstrating their commitment to our ever-changing industry and its professionals and their support will make it possible for us to continue offering our industry advanced educational resources.”
“Loss prevention and innovation are two of the biggest challenges in the retail industry today,” said Ken Mills, General Manager, IoT Surveillance and Computer Vision, Dell Technologies. “Some of the latest advancements in computer vision can have profound results in surveillance and loss prevention and we look forward to working with the Loss Prevention Foundation to offer training to those in the retail industry.”
About The Loss Prevention Foundation:
The Loss Prevention Foundation (LPF)is a not-for-profit 501 c (6) organization founded in 2006 by industry-leading professionals to serve the loss prevention/asset protection industry. An international leader in educating and certifying loss prevention and asset protection professionals, the LPF is responsible for administering the industry’s only internationally sanctioned LP credentials: LPQualified (LPQ) and LPCertified (LPC). With 24/7 online educational resources and a professional membership program, the LPF is able to educate the industry like no other organization of its kind in the world. The LPF is also focused on driving more talent to the industry from colleges, universities, military, and law enforcement. For more information, visit www.losspreventionfoundation.org.
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