While working on a planogram, the question always arises: Which articles should I put on the shelf next?
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Space management is based on positioning and arranging articles on the product carrier fixtures of a shelf. To do this, the data of the articles must first be made known to the program. So you need a product data import.
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Each planogram created in XPace has its own ID. This ID consists of an embedded sequential number, possibly supplemented by further information.
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As part of trade marketing, shelf planning and space management considers both sales and earnings targets (Return on Inventory Investment) as well as inventory management and the delivery strategy for the shelf to avoid out-of-stock situations.
We have compiled the most important elements of a space management strategy in an overview article:
As store space and shelf space are scarce and expensive, while the point-of-sale in stationary retail is the decisive place for generating sales, shelf allocation needs to be very well planned and justified and regularly revised.
Which strategies are pursued, which measures are applied in order to optimise the point-of-sale inventory, with the best possible market area profitability and in line with consumer requirements?