Retailers and wholesalers are staking out more profitable ground on store shelves by tapping into the emerging science of cluster-based and store-specific computerized planogramming. By using data such as point-of-sale scanning histories, consumer demographic studies and product performance in various marketing areas, retailers are now able to group stores more effectively into specialized clusters, each with its own specific planogram. Cluster planogramming is resulting in more targeted ...
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