In Great Britain, space limitations give rise to stores of widely differing shapes and sizes, even within a single chain. That makes store-specific planogramming and product allocation for retailers like Marks & Spencer, London, a challenging one. To address the challenge, M&S, the venerable retailer that operates more than 300 food and general merchandise stores in the United Kingdom, has partnered with MarketMax, Wakefield, Mass. The partnership has resulted in the development of ...

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