Born with the advent of the PC in the early 1980s, space planning systems have developed over the years to become a mainstream tool used by both retailers and manufacturers to lay out shelf sets containing the most profitable yet consumer-friendly mix of products. It's considered by some to be the "cornerstone of category management." "Being able to provide stores with profitable assortments is the single best competitive strategy you can have," said Tom Murphy, president of Peak Tech ...

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