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JDA Software makes Planogram Generator Client for retail
Jul '15
JDA Software Group, a leading provider of retail and omni-channel solutions, has made a new JDA Planogram Generator Client (myPG), which delivers the automated space planning capabilities of JDA Planogram Generator Enterprise in a client version.

In today's increasingly crowded, omni-channel marketplace, retailers and manufacturers can win by creating highly customized space plans that cater to local customer needs. Having the right product mix available, even in a very limited space, reduces stockouts, cuts inventory costs, improves shopper satisfaction and maximizes margins. JDA's myPG helps achieve these qualities, the company said in a press release.

Like its industry-leading, JDA Planogram Generator Enterprise, myPG from JDA automatically creates large numbers of optimized, store-specific planograms, taking into account user-defined merchandising instructions, fixtures, assortments and performance data. In a single batch effort, high volumes of planograms can be quickly produced and distributed, freeing planners to focus on category analysis, studying market trends and other activities that have a strategic impact.

David Johnston, SVP of Global Industry Strategies, JDA said, “With myPG, we're bringing automation to a single planner, enabling them to improve both quantity and quality. With the launch of myPG, JDA's Space Planning customers can leverage the power of automated planogram generation, without purchasing a full enterprise license or incurring implementation costs.”

“As competition increases, retailers and manufacturers are challenged to drive maximum profitability out of their very limited shelf space. By considering both the top-level merchandising strategy and the needs of local shoppers, myPG can help maximize both cash-register sales and profit margins. This powerful new tool ensures that consumers will find what they are looking for when they enter their local store, which is essential to success in today's omni-channel world,” Johnston added. (GK)

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