RedPrairie Corporation Acquires GEOCOMtms

Send to friend

INFORMATION: Free information is available from RedPrairie on the subject in this story. Click here to request a copy

Acquisition Addresses Shippers Critical Need for Fleet Management Solutions and Extends RedPrairies E2eTM Global Transportation Solution to Address Last Mile, Same Day Delivery

RedPrairie Corporation, a leading consumer driven optimisation company, announced today that it has completed its acquisition of GEOCOMtms. The combined company, operating under the name RedPrairie Corporation, will integrate and support all products and services from both organizations within RedPrairies end-to-end (E2e) suite. The acquisition will fulfill demands from shippers and transportation service providers for essential, robust fleet management solutions that provide route optimisation and visibility to manage same day deliveries for private and commercial fleets.  RedPrairies Global Transportation Group will integrate and oversee GEOCOMtmss Quebec City and Atlanta offices under the direction of RedPrairie Global Transportation Group President Tim Conroy.
 

About RedPrairie Corporation

RedPrairie is a world leading consumer driven optimisation company. Built on an advanced Service Oriented Architecture (SOA) developed over the past 10 years, the RedPrairie integrated suite of end-to-end (E2e) solutions offers on-demand capabilities to over 25,000 sites worldwide for many of the worlds largest companies.

RedPrairies end-to-end (E2e) solutions synchronize people and products throughout the customer buying cycle to ensure goods reach the right place at the right time. At the point of sale, this means consumers have access to desired products and that the store is staffed with the right people to help them make their purchases. In the production cycle, it means suppliers and manufacturers time and synchronize shipments and production based on demand signals from the retailer. And in the back room of the store, it means having the least amount of inventory, solving the last yard problem of the retail supply chain.

Comments (0)

Add a Comment

This thread has been closed from taking new comments.