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Retail Shelf Planner
Professional planograms for everybody
Compare the Retail Shelf Planner versions
Retail Shelf Planner is available in three versions. See the comparison below to find which one is the best for you.

   
Most Popular

 
 
Express

Enterprise

Enterprise +
 
€1000
per user per year
multi user pricing


€1750
per user per year
multi user pricing


€2500
per user per year
multi user pricing

Quick Selection Criteria    
  • Small planograms
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  • Medium to large planograms
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  • Use financial information to decide on assortment and space allocation
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  • Integrate closely with IT-systems and operational processes
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Target Audience    
  • Sales & (trade) marketing people working for retailers, manufacturers and wholesalers
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  • Who are not necessarily full-time, specialized space planning experts with significant budgets
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  • Who deal with (relatively) small planograms / assortments
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  • Who create planograms with their own assortment only
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  • Who deal with all sizes of planograms / assortments
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  • Who create planograms with assortment from multiple brands/manufacturers
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  • Who need to justify the selected assortment and allocated space with inventory and financial performance analyses
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  • Who create and maintain a significant number of planograms and are looking for efficiencies
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  • Who require/benefit from close integration with other IT-systems and/or operational processes
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Merchandising & Usability    
  • Create planograms with shelves, pegboards, and hanging bars
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  • Merchandise products as units or in trays
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  • Display products schematically as blocks, or "real life" with packshots
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  • Import and Export data via Excel
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  • Drag & Drop for fast and easy manipulation of products and shelves
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  • Use Dutch, English, French, German, Italian, Korean, Spanish or Portuguese for the user interface
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Planogram Output & Exchange    
  • Exchange planograms with other space planning systems using the pln-, psa-, or xml-formats
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  • Easy, yet powerful output features to communicate planograms
    • Copy to Clipboard
    • Simple page layout with full planogram on one page, headers/footers, logo
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  • Advanced output features to communicate planograms through a direct link with PowerPoint
    • Splitting the planogram across multiple pages
    • Planogram (segment) & report on same page
    • Output decks with multiple pages
    • Analytical highlight views of the planogram
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Reporting    
  • Reporting through Excel templates with a focus on
    • Merchandising (e.g. products on each shelf, number of facings/units)
    • Listed assortment (e.g. product info like UPC, Name, Supplier, Segment, ...)
    • Allocated space for products in the assortment (e.g. space in cm, cm2, cm3)
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  • Advanced reporting through Excel templates with a focus on
    • Inventory versus sales/movement/supply
    • Historical sales/profit/... versus forecasted performance with current layout
    • (Eliminating risks for) Out-of-Stocks
    • Applying fair share of sales/profit/... versus allocated space by Brand/Supplier/...
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  • Creating reports/analyses across multiple planograms
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Analysis & Optimization    
  • Visual analysis capabilities to review the planogram layout, and the assortment for a wide range of variables like sales, profit, movement, ...
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  • Applying market research data to take into consideration trends to optimize the planogram layout
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  • Inventory Model the simulate consumer purchasing and supply chain patterns
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  • Financial evaluations / forecasts based on inventory model
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  • Remove performance data from the planogram for sharing without confidential information
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Centralized Merchandsing Database (with Retail Merchandising Center)    
  • Loading planograms from, and storing them in a merchandising database
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  • Importing product information from the merchandising database
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  • Using the product data in the merchandising database for the product library
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  • Quickly replacing a product in the active planogram with another from the merchandising database
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  • Importing performance data from the merchandising database to drive analyses and optimization to the next level
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  • Linking (cluster-)planograms to stores (via Retail Merchandising Center)
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  • Automatically linking planograms with floorplans
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