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  • noun Plural form of planogram.

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Examples

  • Instead, the company uses "planograms"—data-driven shelf plans—to influence where and at what level it puts every product it sells.

    the evolution of retail experience - Anil Dash

  • That's because URC has written "planograms" for a huge number of LCD pages on one of the company's myriad IR and RF remotes (just add hub!).

    Electronic House Recently Filed

  • That's because URC has written "planograms" for a huge number of LCD pages on one of the company's myriad IR and RF remotes (just add hub!).

    CE Pro Recently Filed

  • I have my worker bees alphabetizing the sections and I'm putting together the planograms for the displays and dancing my arse off to the cool music we can play while we aren't open.

    dulligirl Diary Entry

  • I work for a company that creates the software that allows these companies to make "planograms."

    the evolution of retail experience - Anil Dash

  • We have what's this thing as called a little space lab that actually is an efficiency play that we have to be able to execute planograms in our category managers execute.

  • And our teams are working on story sets and new planograms and the things that we normally do on an ongoing basis.

  • • Support the merchant organization to translate their strategic vision into store specific and prototypical merchandise plans and/or planograms within the assigned business area.

    News - chicagotribune.com

  • Operating margins in the Americas were down slightly 20 basis points to 8.3% due to product material cost increases and continued investment in new planograms and accelerated go-to-market spending to drive demand and improve market share for durable products.

  • Operating margins in the Americas were down slightly, 20 basis points to 8.3% due to product material cost increases and continued investment in new planograms and accelerated go-to-market spending to drive demand and improve market share for durable products.

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