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Space & category management tool for retail sector by RPE
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Aug '12
RPE, a leading retail merchandising and supply chain consultant, has expanded capabilities and service offerings in the area of space management and category management to respond to retail demand. An increasing number of retail organizations have identified company planograms and floor plans as components to efficiently drive lower inventory, maximize assortment at the shelf, and connect historical sales to their host merchandising, replenishment and POS systems. 

“RPE has made a major investment and commitment to this opportune industry initiative,” said Cliff Epstein, president, RPE. “Space and category management is not only one of the most active consultative opportunities in the trade today, but is equally strategic in tying in merchandising, POS, inventory, BI and analytics.” 

RPE is well staffed to handle the expansion with business and functional consultants who have worked on some of the largest Intactix implementations, have retail and domain experience to lead category management implementations and nearly two decades of JDA Software and Intactix expertise. 
 
In today’s competitive market, most retail sectors, including softline apparel, general merchandising, hardlines, electronics, and specialty channels are dependent on space, floor and assortment planning as priority solutions to distinguish itself from the competition. 
 
RPE specializes in strategic, functional and technical consulting to deliver innovative retail merchandising and supply chain solutions including business process improvement, package selection, strategic IT planning and systems implementation. Areas of expertise include IBM Hardware, JDA Software and most other leading solutions. 

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