See what shoppers see
Retail Execution is HARD
STORE DISPLAYS ARE NOT COMPLIANT WITH SPECIFICATIONS
OF PROMOTIONS ARE NOT EXECUTED AS PLANNED
OF NEW FOOD & BEVERAGE PRODUCT LAUNCHES FAIL
The Aglo Retail Intelligence Platform
Introducing Aglo, the platform that helps you improve your retail execution via crowdsourcing & AI.
Aglo Shopper App
Collect photos via crowdsourcing (shoppers), merchandisers, store associates or field reps
Aglo Image Engine
Check standards, extract data & insights via image recognition
Scorecards and Galleries
Manage store standards, maximise on-shelf availability and improve in-store marketing using scorecards and galleries
Take photos of shelf displays using the Aglo App and have them analysed fast using the Aglo Image Engine. Extract insights via image recognition to help with distribution, on-shelf availability and promotion compliance.
Solutions for Brands
Aglo for Brands gives FMCG brand managers direct line of sight into what’s happening in stores. Get more shelf space for your products & ensure your displays are executed as specified.
Manage and track your product promotions in real time
Use photos to uncover new distribution opportunities in your segment
Track your NPD to ensure a successful launch for your new product
See what’s really happening in-store with automatically organised store photos
Solutions for Retailers
Aglo for Retailers helps retailers get visibility on what’s happening in every store & shelf. Ensure your shelves & displays are executed as specified, ensuring that you deliver the best customer experience.
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The Aglo Retail Blog
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