Non-linear planogramming for the complex point-of-sale: Design, evaluate and present your shelves and sales areas with XPace.
Space ManagementXPace is a space management system for retailers and their suppliers, enabling creation of optimal sales area allocations.
StoryHow was XPace created? Why did we develop XPace? What idea are we pursuing?
A point-of-sale is designed as a planogram. The planogram manages all product carriers and product items on a shelf.
OptimizingShelf planning is regularly revised and optimized. Conversion measures are derived from an actual condition and its evaluation and a new version of the shelf is created.
ReportingThe results of shelf planning or conversion are displayed as planogram graphics, provided as reports or exported in standard formats.
Space planning data develop synergies when communicated digitally between all involved participants in retail logistics.
What - How much - Where - Why
Four questions form the core of the XPace strategy. The answers define a good point of sale.
Shelf planning works if it is well planned, justified and regularly revised.
What features are included in XPace? Which interfaces are supported? What output is generated? How is XPace integrated into the operating systems?
What procedures and procedures does XPace use to implement planogramming? How do you plan a shelf? How do you put products on the shelf? How can the curtain be finished?
How is XPace Space Management implemented, configured and used in production operations?
GalleryXPace generates high-quality planogram graphics as area graphics or with product images, with annotation and dimensioning, as well as reports in PDF or Excel formats.
In our space management laboratory we develop new methods and test innovative approaches for planogramming.