JDA Software announced that A.P. Moller – Maersk has selected JDA Warehouse Management as part of its digital transformation strategy and efforts to improve supply chain visibility.
Maersk, the biggest container shipping line by market share, will initially deploy cloud-based JDA Warehouse Management in Europe (Gothenburg) and the U.S. (Newark and Santa Fe) later this year.
The carrier plans to use these sites to build the template for the global rollout across its warehouse facilities.
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With JDA Warehouse Management, Maersk will be able to drive improved performance and competitive edge.
Being able to quickly adapt to change is paramount for major logistics providers as they must collaborate with other supply chain stakeholders to ensure that the right inventory gets to the right location, at the right time.
By leveraging JDA Connect powered by MuleSoft, Maersk will be able to connect customers to each of their services (shipping, logistics and freight forwarding).
Henning Goldman, Global Head of Warehousing and Distribution, Maersk, said, “‘Digital’ is no longer just a buzzword, today it is unlocking tremendous value for our logistics and warehouse customers in terms of simplification and better performance.
“JDA’s deep expertise and leading innovation are already creating competitive advantages for its customers.
“The addition of these exciting solutions to our portfolio is going to help Maersk continue offering our customers truly unique, end-to-end solutions.
Johan Reventberg, President, EMEA, JDA, said, “Maersk is taking a leadership stance in the logistics industry, positioning themselves on a strategic path towards digital transformation,”
“Deploying JDA Warehouse Management will unlock complete, end-to-end visibility so Maersk can easily manage complex warehouse operations across myriad customer environments.”
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