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JDA Portfolio: For The Retail Industry Part Two: JDA Portfolio 2004.1 Components
The unveiled product set, JDA Portfolio 2004.1 should help retailers and their suppliers optimally plan and execute the selection, quantification, assortment

retail industry terms  Portfolio: For The Retail Industry Part Two: JDA Portfolio 2004.1 Components JDA Portfolio 2004.1 Components JDA Software Group Inc. (NASDAQ: JDAS), a prominent global provider of integrated software and professional services for the retail demand chain and over 4,600 customers, plans to build upon the collective JDA Portfolio to enable its customers to achieve a new level of operational excellence. The vendor plans to establish this capability as a defining and differentiating characteristic of its

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PLM for the Retail Industry

Product Lifecycle Management (PLM) for Retail is an evaluation model containing tailored PLM criteria and extra functionalities that serve the specificities of this industry in order to help fashion goods (including apparel, footwear, accessory, and home fashion) manufacturers and retailers to achieve more efficient product development, lower cost, and better collaboration and control throughout the whole supply chain.  

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