JDA: three key ways to transform the supply chain

By Sean Galea-Pace
JDA Software offers an industry leading AI-driven supply chain management (SCM) platform. Its end-to-end solutions cover a range of different areas suc...

JDA Software offers an industry leading AI-driven supply chain management (SCM) platform.

Its end-to-end solutions cover a range of different areas such as supply chain and retail planning, execution, delivery and workforce management. The firm’s mission statement is to provide companies with the knowledge to better predict, make and deliver exactly what their customers require when, where and how they want it.

JDA Professional Services accelerates supply chain results and enhances transformation through three key stages. These are:

1. Discovery

With every organisation faced with its own unique set of supply chain obstacles and opportunities, JDA consultants provide the setting for transformation with a practical action plan that showcases the challenges upfront.

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2. Enablement

With a plan in place, it’s important to look at the best way to implement it. JDA’s extensive experience provides companies with the opportunity to create their own success stories. JDA Professional Services has headed up more than 1,000 successful implementations.

3. Expansion

The implementation is just the beginning. JDA enables progress to be benchmarked, results to be improved and data and analytics to be leveraged throughout the process.

The supply chain industry is a state of transition with new technology increasingly influencing how businesses operate. It has never been so important for organisations to be agile and quick to respond to the latest trends. By following JDA’s three fundamental steps, it gifts companies the opportunity to reduce cost faster than ever and presents the opportunity to thrive in a dynamic marketplace. 

Did you know?

JDA Software placed third in Supply Chain Digital’s Top 10 Software Companies in October.

 

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