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RedPrairie expands operations with new development center in Buenos Aires


New center with NetLogistiK will serve growing customer base

RedPrairie Corporation, a world leading consumer driven optimization company, and its partner NetLogistiK, have signed an agreement to further expand into Argentina with a new development center in Buenos Aires.

RedPrairie and NetLogistiK work with leading companies throughout Latin America, including Accel, Celsur, Farmacias del Ahorro, Grupo Dico, Liverpool, Multipack, and Servicargo.

“This is a very strategic project that illustrates RedPrairie’s commitment and leadership to this region,” says NetLogistiK CEO Francisco Giral, “The establishment of the center is a natural next step in our partnership and will bolster an already thriving practice.”

Engineers at the new site will initially focus on RedPrairie supply chain solutions to be deployed across the globe.

“This is a tremendous project for both companies,” says RedPrairie CEO Mike Mayoras, “The new development center will provide direct access to a very talented resource pool for creating solutions deployed not only in Latin America, but worldwide. This center will also establish a stronger local presence, and result in superior customer service for our regional clients. Our two companies have been able to quickly capitalize on this opportunity because we have enjoyed a very successful partnership for over five years.”

About NetLogistiK
NetLogistiK is a leader in providing experienced logistics consulting and best-of-breed supply chain execution software implementation services for Latin America.

The mission of NetLogistiK is to generate fast and lasting results in the extended supply chain – reductions in operating costs, improvements in levels of customer satisfaction, increases in productivity and throughput – by providing the broadest and most comprehensive portfolio of logistics technology solutions combined with deep expertise in supply chain best practices.

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