Definition of planogram in English:


Pronunciation /ˈplanəˌɡram/ /ˈplænəˌɡræm/


  • A diagram or model that indicates the placement of retail products on shelves in order to maximize sales.

    • ‘E-mail can be used to communicate critical new item details, with links to a Web site showing new products in a planogram, configured to each store or cluster.’
    • ‘They carry around batches of paper - building permits, store maps, planograms - and, with paper and pen, check off jobs completed.’
    • ‘Detailed booklets called planograms, or ‘pogs’ in Dollar General parlance, have to be read and understood on the fly.’
    • ‘Through a subscription to Marketmax software, Lowe's national suppliers then can create planograms for aisles they control.’
    • ‘Each location is merchandised according to carefully designed planograms, with standards clearly defined in the Pioneer Merchandising Standards and Practices Guide.’



/ˈplanəˌɡram/ /ˈplænəˌɡræm/