BVI combines a video footage from a VMS with transaction data from business-related IT systems,creating a new-level of information to optimize business processes.
Today most complex business processes are tracked with reams of data from various sources. But still many gaps remain, where there are no sensors, logs or visual information. These gaps can lead to losses and waste considerable unexploited potential.
With Business Video Intelligence (BVI) we are able to close these information gaps. This is because Qognify’s solutions use event and video data from a VMS and combine it with process data. By linking these previously unconnected areas we gain valuable new information. „Seeing is believing.“
For the logistics and retail sector, Qognify offers business solutions that can be further customized as required. For other applications, tailor-made, modular solutions can be compiled, using the advanced integration capabilities of BVI.
With a traditional video system, it often takes hours to browse recordings to clarify irregularities in the business process like a lost or damaged package in a warehouse or an incorrect transaction at the checkout.
By combining video and transaction data, BVI makes it possible to search for particular items or transaction types – and to find the corresponding video recordings within seconds.
Business processes are usually tracked with tons of data – but this very often doesn’t reveal what really happens.
By seamlessly monitoring every step of a process and combining visual information and transaction data, BVI helps to improve the process flow to make sure that responsibilities are clear at any time. Thus, for instance,
the transfer of liability within the supply chain can be documented reliably.
If goods or shipments are stolen, lost or damaged and have to be replaced, or penalties have to be paid, this may add up to significant costs for a company.
BVI helps to avert false claims by providing a seamless documentation of the flow of goods. In addition, it makes the research more efficient compared to traditional video systems, allowing all labels provided by an ERP,
PoS or warehouse management to be used as search criteria.
Theft in retail shops is as old as trade itself but has reached new levels due to the increase in organized crime. BVI helps to identify and clear up suspicious events, e.g. at the checkout.
If a shipment gets damaged or lost in the supply chain, it is often impossible to reveal what really happened. By combining video footage and scanning data, BVI tracks the exact route of a shipment…
Cash handling requires a particular level of security, including the capability to clarify irregularities. BVI helps retail banks to monitor their ATMs and thus to clear up customer complaints within minutes.
Learn how BVI helps you to reduce theft and to increase the shopping experience.
Experience how BVI helps you to retrieve lost shipments.
BVI collects recordings from the video management system as well as process and scanning data from ERP or warehouse management systems
Using position and time stamps, these data pools are matched and combined.
The merged data is analyzed further, e.g., through queries or intelligent analytics tools
The results are presented in a user-friendly manner
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