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About Mercury Systems

Mercury Systems offer widest range of security tagging products to suit any Supermarket/Off Licence/Convenience Store. For more details, please see our products page, or call us to arrange a no obligation site survey. Based in Ashbourne, Co. Meath, we provide a nationwide service to the Retail, Clothing, Pharmacy, Convenience and Supermarket security sectors.

SuperValu Glenamaddy sees EAS tagging results

We believe that our products work to help loss prevention – however there is nothing as compelling as a case study or feedback from a customer who has installed one of our systems to notable success. This is the feedback from SuperValu Glenamaddy, on how EAS Tagging has been effective for their store:

“In June of 2017 we approached Mercury Systems with regards to EAS Tagging solutions to protect Alcohol, Meat, Healthcare and Deli Products.

I would recommend a Mercury EAS Tagging system and the use of bottlelox for both wine and spirits to cut down on theft.” Tony Gibbons, Supervalu Glenamaddy

Contact us to find out about a workable solution for your premises.

By |May 16th, 2018|Detection Systems, News|0 Comments

How Under Armour introduced a game-changing loss prevention strategy

After establishing a new standard for electronic article surveillance (EAS) technology for its North American stores, Under Armour does have one lingering regret. “I could kick myself for not discovering this solution sooner,” said Sean Donnelly, Director of Global Retail Asset Protection and Investigations for the premier activewear giant.

“I kicked myself for not actively looking earlier, and for not challenging my team to be looking,” said Donnelly. “My advice to other AP leaders is to not write things off by thinking that something looks too good to be true. Be open to challenging the status quo and willing to put new solutions to the test. We learned that openness pays big dividends, and it’s an important part of servicing any rapidly growing business that prides itself on innovation.”

You can read the full whitepaper here

By |March 30th, 2018|Detection Systems, News|0 Comments

Mercury adds Sensormatic to product range

Mercury Systems are delighted to announce that we are now authorised distributors of  the full range of Tyco/Sensormatic EAS ‘Tagging’ products throughout Ireland.

Sensormatic are known as the premium worldwide manufacturer of AM EAS ‘Tagging’ Systems.

“We are delighted to add this premium brand to our product portfolio,” Alan Phelan, M.D., Mercury Systems. “We are consistently working to enhance our product offering to our customers and we are confident that the Sensormatic  products will be a successful addition to Mercury Systems.”

Mercury Systems is Ireland’s leading supplier of retail loss prevention systems. We provide a nationwide service to the Retail, Clothing, Pharmacy and Supermarket security sectors. We tailor our products to your needs, ensuring your success, whatever the sector.

 

 

By |March 23rd, 2018|Detection Systems, News|0 Comments

Nedap launch their new platform

Nedap Retail Analytics to all existing EasiNet customers Designed to offer enhanced Footfall data, and now to include Dwell Time Analysis. Contact Mercury Systems for more details.

By |June 2nd, 2015|News|0 Comments

Retail thieves are stealing more often and the value of their crimes is increasing, according to the British Retail Consortium.

According to every measure, retail crime is on the rise in the UK. That’s according to the latest report from the British Retail Consortium.

In its annual Retail Crime Survey, the BRC has found that every category of retail crime – shoplifting, employee theft, robbery and burglary – has risen over the past two years or more.

By |June 2nd, 2015|News|0 Comments

Regulatory Impact Analysis – Licensing the Private Investigator Sector of the Private Industry January 2015

The Private Security Authority (PSA) has published a Regulatory Impact Analysis – “Licensing the Private Sector of the Private Security Industry ”.

This process offers private investigators, industry stakeholders, interested parties and the public an opportunity to comment on the Regulatory Impact Analysis.

By |June 2nd, 2015|News|0 Comments