DMC Announces Creation of a New POS Audit Department

Dynamic Minds Consulting expands offerings, introduces a POS Audit Department.

LAS VEGAS – JUNE 2015 – Dynamic Minds Consulting is excited to announce the creation of a dedicated POS audit department. Dynamic Minds audit consultants are internal audit veterans from the largest hospitality and gaming operations and members of the Las Vegas Chapter of Certified Fraud Examiners. With over 60 years of combined experience, this group is responsible for hundreds of terminations and prosecutions and millions of dollars of revenue recovered and saved.

“Every year there are billions of dollars lost in Food and Beverage from internal and external theft and fraud*.” states Russ Carlson, Chief Strategy Officer at Dynamic Minds Consulting. “We are thrilled to be able to provide a service that can truly make an impact on these venues bottom line, without the costly overhead of a full time department or staff.”

Dynamic Minds POS audit services are offered at different levels and cover multiple areas of a POS audit. Dynamic Minds audit consultants are trained to identify patterns of theft, gaps in security, and non standards in cash handling; and are uniquely qualified to help stop theft and implement best practices guidelines that can reduce the occurrence of future fraud.

About Dynamic Minds:

Dynamic Minds Consulting provides hospitality technology and operational consulting for various hospitality operators. Casinos, hotels, restaurants, nightclubs, and lounge operations are a few of the environments our consultants routinely partner with to resolve existing technology challenges. Based in Las Vegas, Dynamic Minds Consulting offers an assortment of services that can be customized to meet the unique needs of your organization.

For more information, visit or contact Russ Carlson at or 702.583.3350 Ext 701

*Costs associated with employee theft in the restaurant industry are estimated at $3 to $6 billion. Garber, A., & Walkup, C. (2004). No. 7 Theft protection plan key to locking in profits. [Article]. Nation’s Restaurant News, 38(21), 92-98.