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Small errors in measuring product dimensions mean big problems in executing planograms. Comprehensive analysis of product dimensions collected by stores, retail headquarters and brokers reveals dimension inaccuracies averaging a minimum of 70%, or the difference of 8.8 linear inches between calculated and executed planograms. To the retail store, this means overcrowded or partially empty shelves.


Gladson Interactive measures product dimensions to 1/100th of an inch using the most technically advanced methods available. Multiple quality assurance checks ensure Gladson’s dimensions meet the industry standard of excellence as defined by the Product Technical Requirements Group and the Global Data Synchronization Network of the GS1.

Gladson’s approach assures properly executed planograms not just on paper, but on your shelf too.

For more information please email: cmetallo@gladson.com
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