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JDA creating development platform

Customers as well as application development and technology partners will be able to create cutting-edge applications on top of JDA’s solutions for the first time


February 18, 2019
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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. – JDA Software, Inc. is opening up its end-to-end supply chain portfolio as a development platform.

JDA’s AI-powered Supply Chain Management (SCM) Platform allow customers as well as application development and technology partners to create cutting-edge applications on top of JDA’s solutions for the first time.

“Less than a year ago, I told our customers at our annual conference that we would become a supply chain platform company and demonstrate these capabilities at our first-ever developers conference in 2019,” said Girish Rishi, chief executive officer, JDA.

With JDA’s SCM Platform, customers can tap into the award-winning JDA Luminate Control Tower as the network visibility backbone. Luminate Control Tower allows companies to see, interpret and act on real-time information from the entire digital ecosystem, sensing unexpected events across the extended supply chain and orchestrating corrective action with ML-based prescriptive guidance.

To introduce this new supply chain platform approach, JDA is hosting its first developers conference – DEVCON 2019 – on May 6, 2019, one day ahead of its annual customer conference, JDA ICON, held May 7-10, in Dallas, Tex.

DEVCON will host developers for a one-day, immersive software development event consisting of hands-on workshops, speakers, breakout sessions and networking events. DEVCON speakers include Ryan Lowdermilk, product technical specialist at Microsoft and Manan Sanghvi is a principal solutions engineer at MuleSoft.