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TCS partners with JDA Software to develop cognitive supply chain solutions

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| February 11, 2019 12:41:37 PM IST
Tata Consultancy Services (TCS) on Monday announced a global partnership with JDA Software to build next-generation cognitive solutions and offer consulting and system integration services around digital technologies, to optimise supply chains for customers worldwide.

These solutions will accelerate human-machine collaboration to solve complex business problems, faster and better, delivering multi-fold productivity improvements and transforming customer experience.

Enterprises can harness the power of cloud, AI and Ml, allowing them to gain complete supply chain visibility and receive prescriptive recommendations to make accurate and profitable business decisions. Businesses will benefit from real-time predictive analytics and cloud-driven business models that help realise outcome-based supply chain transformations.

"Combining TCS' advanced and disruptive Business 4.0 digital technologies and deep expertise with JDA's end-to-end supply chain and retail solutions, we will collectively reinvent our customers' supply chains enabling them to fulfill product demands intelligently, explore new business models, capabilities, and value propositions," said Raman Venkatraman, TCS Vice President and Global Head, Alliances and Technology Unit.

JDA Software is the proven leader in artificial intelligence and machine learning driven supply chain and retail solutions for 4,000 of the world's leading retail, manufacturing and logistics companies.

(ANI)

 
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