JDA Software announces Blue Yonder deal

JDA Software announces Blue Yonder deal

JDA Software is acquiring Blue Yonder as it looks to boost its supply chain AI capabilities. Terms of the deal, which is subject to competition agency approval, have not been disclosed. 

Blue Yonder was founded in 2008 in Germany, by former CERN physicist and KIT professor Michael Feindt. Its customers include Morrisons and OTTO. “Major digital transformation of supply chains is underway and the ability to quickly access intelligent, actionable data and insights will determine the future winners and losers,” says JDA CEO, Girish Rishi.

“Our end-to-end solution portfolio, coupled with Blue Yonder’s leading AI/ML capabilities, will enable customers to deliver more autonomous, profitable business decisions throughout their extended supply chains, unlocking the full business impact of intelligent data.” 

“With JDA’s global scope and reach, we have a terrific opportunity to drive the use of our AI solutions throughout the world’s largest and most complex supply chains and to support companies in driving AI innovation and automated decisions in complex supply chains,” adds Uwe Weiss, Blue Yonder CEO. “Our team is excited about accelerating and expanding our mission of creating best-in-class AI-based decisions to deliver outstanding customer experiences, increased revenue, and higher margins to companies around the world.”

Sign up for our free retail technology newsletter here.

Personalisation key to omnichannel success, Fresh Relevance

Personalisation key to omnichannel success, Fresh Relevance

Retail Assist lands Ted Baker IT support services deal

Retail Assist lands Ted Baker IT support services deal