JDA Software’s Advanced Store Replenishment
Benchmark Meets Dollar Tree’s Store Replenishment Requirements in Half the Targeted Time
According to Ray Hamilton, Dollar Tree’s chief information officer, the Virginia-based retailer already relied on Advanced Warehouse Replenishment by E3™ for computer assisted ordering at its distribution centers so the next logical step was to introduce advanced replenishment at its stores. Although Dollar Tree uses several Portfolio products including Win/DSS® store system, key modules of Portfolio Merchandise Management System-i™ (MMS®), Performance Analysis by IDEAS® data warehouse and Portfolio Advanced Planning and Allocation by Arthur™ products, Hamilton required benchmark tests for the Store Replenishment product.
Benchmark Verifies Scalability, Performance of Store Replenishment
Using actual Dollar Tree data and a comparable hardware environment, the benchmark tests proved that Store Replenishment could scale to meet Dollar Tree’s daily-end and period-end replenishment processing requirements in half the targeted time.
“Based on both projects’ success, I am confident that Store Replenishment will help us to further enhance sales and inventory management while better utilizing labor costs,” comments Hamilton. “The store managers involved in the pilot have already realized a productivity boost as they no longer order manually. Our stores also gained greater visibility to what’s on hand, on order or in transit so we can better serve our customers with fully stocked shelves.”
“As retailers meticulously scrutinize their technology investments, we are well equipped to help them make strategic, fact-based decisions,” states Peter Charness, JDA’s senior vice president of global marketing and chief product officer. “Our skilled consultants have access to state-of-the-art resources so we can simulate how Portfolio products will perform in any potential business scenario. The Dollar Tree stress tests proved that Store Replenishment is another JDA product fully optimized to support symmetrical multiprocessing, which is critical for meeting tier one replenishment requirements.”
“This rapid deployment proves our ability to get our clients live and achieving benefits in the best time frames in the industry,” adds Charness.
About JDA Software Group, Inc.
With more than 4,800 retail, manufacturing and wholesale clients in 60 countries, JDA Software Group, Inc. (Nasdaq:JDAS) is a global leader in delivering integrated software and professional services for the retail demand chain. By capitalizing on its market position and financial strength, JDA commits significant resources to advancing JDA Portfolio, its suite of merchandising, POS, analytic and collaborative solutions that improve revenues, efficiency and customer focus. Founded in 1985, JDA is headquartered in Scottsdale, Arizona and employs more than 1,200 associates operating from 32 offices in major cities throughout North America, South America, Europe, Asia and Australia. For more details, visit www.jda.com , call 1-800-479-RETAIL (7382) or email firstname.lastname@example.org .
This press release contains forward-looking statements that are made in reliance upon the safe harbor provisions of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Such forward-looking statements include Dollar Tree Stores’ expectation that JDA Portfolio Store Replenishment will improve service levels, enhance sales, and better utilize labor costs; Mr. Charness’s claim that JDA products are fully optimized to support symmetrical multiprocessing, any expectation that all users deploy our products rapidly, and the competitive advantages expected from using the JDA solutions. Future events may involve risks and uncertainties, including, but not limited to, uncertainties concerning whether clients can successfully use our solutions to their advantage, whether clients will be able to use the products to gain the anticipated savings, the fact that not all JDA products support symmetrical multiprocessing and that some clients experience long implementation timelines, and other risks detailed from time to time in the “Risk Factors” section of our filings with the Securities and Exchange Commission. As a result of these and other risks, actual results may differ materially from those predicted. We undertake no obligation to update information in this release.
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JDA Software Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: JDAS) bietet Komplettlösungen für die Optimierung von Handelsprozessen. Das JDA-Portfolio® umfasst Warenwirtschafts-, Filial- und umfangreiche Analyse-Systeme. Die internetfähigen Lösungen werden in über 60 Ländern branchenübergreifend von mehr als 4.600 Kunden aus Handel und Industrie genutzt. Multi-Channel Unternehmen können ebenfalls vom Einsatz der Lösungen profitieren. JDA Software verbessert sowohl unternehmensinterne Arbeitsabläufe sowie externe Abstimmungsprozesse. JDA beschäftigt über 1.200 Mitarbeiter, verteilt auf über 32 Niederlassungen in Großstädten in den USA, Südamerika, Europa, Asien und Australien. Mehr Information erhältlich unter www.jda.com, oder Email an email@example.com.