RedPrairie To Acquire JDA Software To Battle Oracle, SAP

RedPrairie, of Alpharetta, Ga, has been backed by personal equity expert New Mountain Capital of New York City, which mutually said they would recommend $45 per share for JDA Software, of Scottsdale, Ariz., one of the most famous givers of software to retailers & manufacturers.

Recently trading, JDA Software shares raised $6.63 to $44.78.

JDA’s CEO, Hamish Brewer, will be CEO of the enlarged company, while RedPrairie CEO Michael Mayoras will become a director.

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RedPrairie’s senior managers contain alumni of PeopleSoft, now a part of Oracle, as well as development Software. Among its directors is former Minnesota Gov. Tim Pawlenty, who mounted a bid for the Republican proposal for leader this year. Oracle & SAP in the history have fighted over supply chain companies, including Retek, won by Oracle for $630 million in 2005.

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Well-liked customer products such as the iPhone 5 from Apple Inc. (Nasdaq: AAPL), the world’s most expensive technology company, have illustrated the significance of management skill to track each part in a product.

The JDA Software contract leaves some smaller companies that could be obtained by others, including Israel’s Retalix (Nasdaq: RTLX), whose shares rose 2 % to $20.01, & SPS Commerce (Nasdaq: SPSC), of Minneapolis, whose shares rose a nickel to $36.30.

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