Planogram LOE and Forecasting

The right staff. The exact amount of time. With Optimum Retailing, planning is so precise so that every location knows how many people a new program takes to launch, and how much time is needed. It’s intelligent, efficient and about time.

Planning practically down to a science.

Right people

With OR, planograms produce more than a blueprint for a new store layout. They inform staff on how many people are needed to launch it.

Right time

Some programs launch faster than others. With OR, staff can see how long a new layout takes to properly plan out their schedule.

Better every time

With every new program, OR learns about the level of effort and resourcing it needs. This information is then fed back into the next program, each more precise than the one before.

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