JDA Invests in Montreal’s Academic Ecosystem to Help Further Operation Research and Artificial Intelligence (AI)

Here at JDA, we know innovation is critical to profitable growth and efficiency, which is why we invest in it to help organizations leap ahead of their competitors. We also know how important research around it, which is why we’re investing  in Montreal’s academic ecosystem to further its operation research and AI for real-time decision…

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A Sneak Peek into the Innovation Hub at FOCUS

FOCUS brings retail, warehouse and manufacturing professionals together to share best practices and hear how industry leaders are delivering real results with the help of JDA’s innovations.  An exciting new addition to FOCUS is the Innovation Hub at the center of the Delivery Zone, where attendees have the opportunity to experience industry use cases leveraging…

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JDA’s Center of Excellence – Growing to Support our Global Business

Since opening in 2004, JDA’s Center of Excellence has come a long way in affirming the company’s vision to form an integrated, customer-focused, associate-centric, global supply chain center of excellence that delivers unparalleled value to customers through continuous innovation and best-in-class quality. This week, our move into a new 300,000-square foot facility in Bangalore, is…

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Supply Chain Innovation: What Does it Mean? Why Should I Care?

What does it mean to be innovative? The term “innovation” involves the use of a new method or technology, which results in more productive and efficient processes. When it comes to the supply chain, “innovation” means improvements in the way that products and services, information and relationships flow within the network.  Innovation when executed properly…

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Will You Survive the Retail Death 2.0?

Are We Witnessing the Death of the Big-Box Store? Following Best Buy’s headlong decline, Christopher Matthews of Time asks this very observant question. He notes: “It’s possible that the forces of e-commerce and advancing technology are too great to effectively combat and that specialized superstores are no longer efficient.” Are we really entering “the death of retail 2.0?”

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