Step 1. Assortment Planning
Assortment planning helps you understand your product performances by using key performance indicators. Use this information to decide on your credible product range for a single store, a store cluster and different store sizes. This information is made available for merchandizers to identify which products should be places on certain size fixtures ready for the planogramming process.
Users: category managers, buyers, brand managers and space planners.
Step 4. Store Planning
The store planners now have a view of all planograms with the ability to feedback information to the merchandising team within the same user interface. This makes the transition from planogram into store a seamless task. Merchandisers have a view of the store plans to make sure that planograms are ready in a timely manner, ready for the merchandisers within the stores. The total store insights are based on fixture profiles, planograms and range products assigned to stores. It also provides you with the total sales by department can be analyzed at a store planning level.
Users: store planners.
Step 5. Viewer
By using Scorpion Viewer, you can have access to all range and space planning material for feedback and implementation using a single user interface with limited edit capabilities but with full access rights to store plans, planograms, assortment, insights and visuals.
Users: head office management, buyers, marketing department, store managers and (field based) merchandisers.