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Osotspa: Utilising JDA Software’s supply chain solutions

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Supply Chain Digital takes a closer look at how Osotspa will benefit from JDA Software’s demand and supply planning solutions.

Leading Thailand manufacturer and distributor of consumer products - Osotspa - has selected a range of SaaS-based digital supply chain managing solutions from JDA Software. Osotspa plans to unite its demand and supply planning throughout the business via JDA Software's solutions.

Who is JDA Software?

Founded in 1985, JDA Software provides AI driven, supply chain management platforms. Its end-to-end solutions include supply chain and retail planning, execution, delivery and workforce management. 

JDA Software’s overall goal is to “empower companies to better predict, make and deliver exactly what their customers want – when, where and how they want it.” 

Did you know? Since its Founding in 1985, JDA Software has acquired seven companies to date including: Arthur Retail (1998), Intactix (2000), E3 (2001), Manugistics (2006), i2 Technologies (2010), RedPrairie (2012) and Blue Yonder (2018).

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Six ways Osotspa will benefit from JDA Software’s digital solutions include:

  • Improved forecasting accuracy across the business

  • Optimised inventory as a result of better understanding demand and supply needs

  • Streamlined planning system for accurate decisions

  • Consolidated and synchronised view of demand signals across the supply chain

  • Perform potential scenario to dynamically update and optimise its demand plans

  • Reduced infrastructure and IT support costs

“We have been working with JDA, and they have been a good strategic partner to help us find the best solution to increase our business efficiency and capability through our supply chain to support our long-term strategy and ambition,” said Wannipa Bhakdibutr, President of Osotspa PCL. “As we deploy JDA across the company, we’re confident that we’ll be ready to grow our business while being able to adjust to demand and supply changes in real-time.”

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