Part 6: Modularity, Configurability, and Point of Purchase Displays

The goal of any business is to generate sales. Part 6 of our point of purchase displays series focuses on the necessity of designing point of purchase displays that combine aspects of modularity and configurability. By incorporating these factors into your point of purchase displays, you will greatly increase their versatility, utility, and overall ability to suit the needs of your business.

Point of purchase display manufacturers are more than capable of meeting these needs. It is important that you discuss your goals with your point of purchase display manufacturer in order to ensure that your point of purchase displays work for you.

Why Modularity and Configurability Matter in Point of Purchase Displays

The needs of your business are constantly changing. It becomes increasingly expensive if you have to constantly buy new point of purchase displays. By integrating modularity and configurability, your point of purchase displays can adapt to new locations, changing space allocations, a change in products, and take advantage of seasonal and promotional opportunities. These two design aspects offer a business complete flexibility and allow them to do business in a way that is favorable to them.

In basic terms, modularity and flexibility are best described through the concept of LEGO. This ingenious toy is extremely flexible, durable, modular, and simple. Using the concept of LEGO, you can adapt your point of purchase displays to any situation with a level of simplicity that is unparalleled.

Brown Packaging designs point of purchase displays for clients located in Burlington, the Golden Horseshoe, throughout the GTA, and all of Ontario. If you have any questions about our products or services, or how point of purchase display manufacturers function, please feel free to contact us today. We would be more than happy to answer any questions that you may have.