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Shelf Planning: The Basic Recipe
XPace Space Management is based on a series of concepts that cover all steps of planogramming, from shelf planning, shelfRead more.
Geometric modelling for products and fixtures
Products on a shelf are not always just rectangular boxes. Products can also have a complex, three-dimensional shape. These 3DRead more.
Colors and color models
In XPace, colors can be specified for parts and products in the data sets, e.g. during creation with XPace Mockup,Read more.
Actual take-up of products and shelves
Nowadays, EAN/UPC/GTIN barcodes can be found on virtually every article in the trade business. The scanners in the POS systemsRead more.
QR codes at the point-of-sale
When making a purchase decision at the point of sale, the consumer is often left alone with questions about theRead more.
Four core questions of Space Management
Retailers and their suppliers carefully plan shelves for a sales room in the specialist or retail trade: Spacemanagement builds upRead more.
Space Management Myths
In the discussion about shelf planning, space management and space optimization, arguments that tend to have the character of mythsRead more.
XPace planning functions allow products to be positioned and arranged on fixtures, individually or in groups. The selection of productsRead more.
3D Controller: Master your planogram in six dimensions
XPace planograms are three-dimensional. Articles, shelves and shops can be viewed from all sides. With a normal mouse and keyboardRead more.
Fixtures: Standardized rack components
XPace planogramming includes any relevant and common rack components, fixtures, and displays. XPace planograms cover racks and rack segments, displays, palette placementsRead more.
Shelf allocation: Select and place product
XPace makes it easy for you to fill shelves with articles: Drag individual articles or entire article groups onto aRead more.