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Supply Chain Shorts for the Week of April 8, 2013
In this week’s Shorts, we talk about JDA’s release of JDA eight; Retails Solutions’ value proposition; and a recent visit to Oz Development. What have you been

t3crm  company, formerly known as T3Ci , founded in 2003, has become a leader, and a fast-growing one at that, in retail execution management. RSi is co-founded and led by  Jonathan Golovin , whom some of you (and this is a real test of your knowledge of the enterprise software space) may remember from the days of MES vendor Consilium (acquired by  Applied Materials  in 1998.) The retail space is a fascinating industry these days, with multiple competing factors wreaking havoc: ubiquitous connectivity, the

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