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Open Sky Group chosen as US reseller of JDA warehouse management software

Open Sky has already completed more than 270 supply chain software projects for clients in various industries.
By Modern Materials Handling Staff
August 15, 2014

Open Sky Group, an independent consulting company specializing in warehouse management system (WMS) implementations, has announced that it has been chosen by JDA Software as a U.S. reseller for the JDA WMS and other add-on applications.

Curt Sardeson, managing principal of Open Sky, said, “We’re honored to have been chosen as a U.S. reseller for JDA’s WMS. We have worked hard to build a solid company with very deep and broad experience with JDA Software. This distinction, along with our expanded relationship with JDA will enable us to be an even better resource for our existing and future clients.”

JDA Authorized Resellers promote, price, sell and implement select JDA solutions and are equipped with the full range of marketing, sales, training, industry and technical resources to competently meet client needs. “After careful review of the WMS implementers in the U.S., we chose Open Sky Group because of their depth of experience, market presence and ability to hit the ground running,” said Thad Zylka, regional vice president global alliances. “We’re excited about what we can accomplish together with companies like Open Sky Group.”

Open Sky has successfully completed more than 270 supply chain software projects for clients in the industries of third party logistics, high tech, apparel, consumer packaged goods, food and beverage, print/media and more. Typical Open Sky engagements include new software implementations, upgrades, replenishment and slotting optimizations, MHE and ERP integration and parcel systems.

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