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Leroy Merlin digitalises its retail management worldwide

Leroy Merlin used the new retail management program to define a standard store with around 10 000 m² sales area.

Leroy Merlin used the new retail management program to define a standard store with around 10 000 m² sales area.

The French chain of DIY stores is standardising and digitalising its processes in shopfitting, interior planning and assortment optimisation in its locations throughout the world. After completing the pilot phase in Russia, roll-out is now beginning in Italy with more countries to follow. Leroy Merlin, which belongs to Groupe Adeo, has been using the new software P'X5 Store Solution from Perspectix AG, Zurich (Switzerland) in its Russian stores since the start of 2016.

|16 November 2017


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