RedPrairie

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RedPrairie Corporation
Type Private
Industry Supply Chain Management
Founded 1975
Headquarters Alpharetta, Ga., USA
Key people R. Michael Mayoras, CEO
Revenue $292.9 million (2008)
Employees Approximately 1,600 (2011)
Website RedPrairie.com

RedPrairie is a privately held supply chain, workforce and all-channel commerce software provider headquartered in Alpharetta, GA. The company's solutions are used at over 60,000 customer sites in more than 50 countries.[1] RedPrairie was founded by partners Jim McHugh and Doug Freeman as McHugh Freeman & Associates in 1975. Their warehouse management system is used to direct operations in and between stockrooms and distribution centers. It went to market in the mid 1980s.

On 21 December 2012, the company merged with JDA Software, a software and consultancy company in Scottsdale, Arizona providing supply chain management, merchandising and pricing solutions.


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