JDA Presents 10 Best Data Integration Practices

John Frazier, VP of cloud services for JDA, tells 10 best data integration practices that JDA has implemented.

Cleo is thrilled to be a sponsor of the 2014 Gartner Application Architecture, Development & Integration Summit at Caesar’s Palace from Dec. 8-10 in Las Vegas. You’ll see a lot of the Cleo team on the expo floor, in sessions, in the halls, and during meal breaks, but you’ll really want to catch a session presented by Cleo customer, JDA Software, at 8:30 a.m. Dec. 10 in Octavius 22.

That’s when John Frazier, vice president of cloud services for JDA Software, will present “Multi-Enterprise Data Integration: Massively Scaled and Highly Available.”

Today’s large enterprise has a growing and complex web of data integration requirements that have outgrown traditional solutions. Now with massive data loads and hybrid cloud service needs, multi-enterprise data integration must scale beyond our wildest predictions and always be available.

Hear from John the 10 best practices that JDA has implemented to serve its customers in some of the most demanding production operations. And with JDA offering a broad portfolio of supply chain, retail merchandising, store operations, and all-channel commerce solutions to help companies manage the flow of goods from raw materials to finished products to consumers, this is a business that’s encountered vast swaths of helter skelter data integration.

JDA uses Cleo Harmony enterprise data integration technology to move tens of millions of transactions representing billions of dollars in goods ordered, shipped, and invoiced every day, helping to make JDA the standard for the world’s leading retailers, manufacturers, and distributors.

If you’re going to Gartner AADI, you can check out the Cleo/JDA case study.