RedPrairie launches cloud supply chain solution unit

By Freddie Pierce
RedPrairie Corporation, a global supply chain and retail technology provider, announced today the launch of RedPrairie On-Demand Supply Chain, an opera...

RedPrairie Corporation, a global supply chain and retail technology provider, announced today the launch of RedPrairie On-Demand Supply Chain, an operating business unit dedicated to delivering supply chain solutions in the cloud.

As part of the company’s on-demand product roadmap, RedPrairie On-Demand Supply Chain will support advanced functionality for warehouse management systems (WMS) and transportation management systems (TMS) delivered in both a single and multi-tenant model.

“RedPrairie is the only company that can offer a mix of solution functionality, delivery model and price that can accommodate any business, no matter how big, small, simple, or complex their supply chain operation may be,” the company said in a statement.

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After acquiring on-demand WMS provider SmartTurn and on-demand TMS provider Shippers Commonwealth, RedPrairie became the only provider to offer a complete supply chain solution in the cloud.

According to Brian Schoenbaechler, general manager of IntegraCore, a third-party logistics provider and RedPrairie customer, “Supply chain visibility is at the heart of our client-driven business, and RedPrairie’s supply chain in the cloud has been our cornerstone.”

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During its annual user conference RedShift which took place earlier this year, RedPrairie announced its on-demand product strategy to its customers outlining its plans to support multi-tenancy for TMS and fully integrate its on-demand product portfolio. Phase one of the rollout of its product roadmap, which includes the support of multi-tenancy for TMS, will be completed by the end of the year.

“RedPrairie is the only company that can offer a mix of solution functionality, delivery model and price that can accommodate any business, no matter how big, small, simple, or complex their supply chain operation may be,” RedPrairie President of Global Operations, Doug Braun said.

“Whether you are looking for a low cost solution to manage inventory and shipments in a small warehouse, production facility or even a construction yard, to a uniquely customized combination of WMS and TMS to run multiple mega-DC’s, the suite of on-demand software solutions complements RedPrairie’s ability to address those needs.”

RedPrairie has put commerce in motion for the world’s leading companies for more than 35 years by optimizing inventory, improving employee productivity, and increasing speed to market. Best-of-breed supply chain, workforce, and all-channel retail solutions from RedPrairie help ensure visibility, collaboration, and velocity between manufacturers, distributors, retailers and consumers to guarantee the consistent flow of goods from raw materials to finished products in the hands of consumers.

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Edited by Kevin Scarpati

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