Published: 14 February 2001
Analyst(s): Carol L. Simmons
In April 2000, JDA Software Group, Inc., a global provider of retail solutions, completed the acquisition of Intactix from Pricer AB for US$20.5M in cash. The Intactix acquisition enabled JDA to complement its line of host, analytic, and store systems with a line of space and allocation management applications. JDA also extended its position up the supply chain by adding approximately 3,000 new consumer-packaged goods clients that depend on the Intactix products to tactically execute their strategies at the shelf edge. JDA's Intactix products, featuring the next-generation "pro/" series, addresses the following requirements: planogramming and planogram translation, item assortment selection, store floor planning and modeling, and integrated database management. JDA further supports its Intactix clients by offering consulting services for merchandising process reengineering, systems customization and integration, and planogram services, such as planogram management and optimization, and in-store data collection and auditing.
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