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Coop Denmark A/S, the largest grocery chain retailer in Denmark, is working with Chicago-based category planning solutions provider Galleria to help automate and optimize its merchandising strategy and improve the customer experience within its more than 1200 Danish stores. Coop will roll-out Galleria’s cloud-based Customer Centric Merchandising solution throughout its family of supermarkets.
“Coop continues to grow in retail innovation by investing in technology dedicated to offering customers an outstanding retail shopping experience,” states Ian Duncan-Lewis, CEO of Galleria. “We are confident that the implementation of Customer Centric Merchandising will enable Coop to streamline its business process and achieve its goals.”
Galleria provides retailer and vendor category planning, automation and optimization solutions and consulting services. With its product suite, it provides customer-focused solutions for data warehousing and management, workflow management, clustering, automated and optimized assortment and space planning supported by detailed analytics and reporting solutions designed to meet the needs of retailers and vendors.
The goal of these solutions is that users realize significant benefits including: increased sales, enhanced margins, reduced waste/mark-down and accelerated inventory turns. Galleria’s solutions can be hosted by Galleria and/or operated as both desktop and integrated solutions and/or provided as pure consultancy services. Galleria’s current retail customers include A&P, Giant Eagle, Morrisons, Safeway, Tesco and Unilever.
Coop Denmark A/S operates more than 1200 stores across Denmark under the following banners: Kvickly, SuperBrugsen, Dagli’Brugsen, LokalBrugsen, Irma, Fakta and Fakta Q.