Galleria works with many of the world's most innovative and successful retailers and suppliers helping them to achieve their business objectives and increasing customer satisfaction and loyalty. Our current client list includes:
The Great Atlantic & Pacific Tea Company, better known as A&P, is a supermarket and liquor store chain in the United States. Its supermarkets, which are under six different banners, are found in Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, and Pennsylvania. A&P's liquor stores, known as Best Cellars, are found in Connecticut, Massachusetts, and Virginia.A&P's corporate headquarters are in Montvale, New Jersey. Supermarket News ranked A&P #19 in the 2010 "Top 75 Food Retailers and Wholesalers" based on 2009 fiscal year estimated sales of $9.1 billion. Based on 2009 revenue, A&P was the 34th largest retailer in the US
Back in 1962, Frieda Caplan began the company with a small stand at the Los Angeles Produce Market. Frieda brought her passion and personal touch to everything she did. Her philosophy remains our company's foundation today. Offering more than 600 specialty fruits vegetables and companion items to supermarkets, restaurants and distributors, Frieda's are continuously seeking new foods to entertain palates and inspire dishes. Based in Orange County, California.
Giant Eagle selected Galleria’s solution to facilitate its drive towards supply chain excellence. The company’s goal is to increase the regularity with which category assortments are reviewed, ensuring that they are optimized for sales and profitability and that they deliver against the strategies for each category and for the organization as a whole. Items within the assortments will better match customer requirements, resulting in improved sales and higher levels of customer satisfaction.
“We are excited to provide our merchandising teams with an advanced solution that enables the creation of customer centric assortments,”
Jewson have invested in Galleria's micro space planning software to position products in its branches in a way that optimises sales, providing the flexibility to tailor the layout of the shelves in order to suit specific geographic areas. It is used for all of Jewson's 440 shops and 'Graham Group' plumbing outlets and has recently reported a 3% increase in sales within refurbished branches that have implemented the software 100%.
"Without question, the move to Galleria was the right one for Jewson. Where other suppliers are retail & food based, Galleria are flexible enough to fit into our trade background"
M. Video are one of the the leading retail chains selling electronics and household appliances in Russia and one of the largest European companies in this segment. M. Video has been operating since 1993 and operates in 100 cities of the Russian Federation with more than 230 hypermarkets.
Market Force identified that within such a diverse and complex category as magazines, a more sophisticated approach to assortment and space planning was required. Working closely with Galleria has enabled the range review process to be systemised allowing optimisation when working in collaboration with retailers.
"Retailers share a common objective to ensure the category delivers the maximum revenue returns from the space allocated in store. As market leaders, we want to benefit from the sophisticated product assortment and merchandise planning applications"
MAXIMA GRUPĖ, UAB, is a company registered in 2007; it owns retail companies in Lithuania, Latvia, Estonia, Bulgaria and Poland, which include 485 shopping centers MAXIMA X, MAXIMA XX, MAXIMA XXX, T-MARKET, T-MARKET EXPRESS and ALDIK: there are 220 of these in Lithuania, 136 in Latvia, 66 in Estonia, 42 in Bulgaria and 21 in Poland. In 2012, MAXIMA is celebrating 20 years of operation in Lithuania, where the first stores were opened in 1992. Today MAXIMA is the best known retail brand and the largest retail chain in the Baltic states. All the companies under MAXIMA GRUPĖ, UAB, management employ over 28,000 employees in all the countries.
Nisa's comprehensive coverage from in excess of 475 members makes the task of controlling assortment and space even more challenging than that of the symbol groups and multiples. Recognising the complexity of the process early on, Nisa were the first organisation outside of the large multiple retailers to adopt Galleria's automated planogram solution. Nisa have widely published the increased business benefits from achieving pertinent assortment and accurate Planograms within their members stores, a highlight from which was a sales increase of circa 15% within chilled foods, during the trial of 40 stores.
"Galleria has an excellent reputation and track record, so were the obvious choice for us. Automated Space Planning is certainly going to play a big part in the future of retail and we wanted to be a part of it now, rather than later."
Early in 2000 Tesco had the vision to provide a system that would provide every store with STORE SPECIFIC PLANOGRAMS delivering improved product presentation and availability, creating a simpler operation for stores and producing productivity savings for the business. Galleria developed the innovative and unique software capable of generating a store-specific plan every 4 seconds for Tesco and today the teams continue to work closely to continue the development of this software.
"There is no doubt that our sales increase is due in part to the installation of this system. The implementation of the software has gone smoothly and our strong financial results are no coincidence"