RedPrairie Teams with IBM to Deliver Innovative Solutions for Retail

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Announcing RedPrairies validation on the IBM Store Integration Framework solution

RedPrairie Corporation, a world leading consumer driven optimisation company, has successfully completed validation of its retail and supply chain solutions on IBM Store Integration FrameworkIBMs flexible, scalable Java 2 Platform, Enterprise Edition (J2EE), operating environment and componentized architecture, built for retail stores using industry-leading IBM middleware.  RedPrairie customers benefit with reduced cost of deployment, easier integration with other products and a fully supported standard implementation platform from IBM.

The Ready for IBM Retail Store Innovations Store Integration Framework initiative brings together platform-independent software vendors that deliver proven solutions designed and built for the retail industry. Through this initiative, IBM worked with RedPrairie to validate solutions that meet a rigorous assessment of next-generation, open-standards-based store environments.

RedPrairies suite of retail applications streamline, synchronize and optimize retail operations from the store shelf back through the network of suppliers, creating increased store profitability, more efficient supply networks and better synchronization between headquarters, stores and supply chain operations.

 

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.

 

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