i2 Technologies


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i2 Technologies

(i2 Technologies, Inc., Dallas, TX, www.i2.com) A software company specializing in supply chain management. Its software helps manufacturers with all aspects of managing supply and demand, including supplier relationship management, supply chain management and demand chain planning. Founded in 1988 by Sanjiv Sidhu and Ken Sharma, the company provides support for both inter-enterprise and intra-enterprise supply chains.
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In fact, i2 Technologies recently announced a system that promises to achieve the ideal.
i2 Technologies Inc (NASDAQ: ITWO), a full-service supply chain company, introduced on 12 January the i2 Store Replenishment Software as a Service (SaaS) solution.
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The board of directors of i2 Technologies Inc (NASDAQ:ITWO), which provides supply chain management solutions, appointed on 19 December executive chairman Jackson L Wilson Jr as the new chief executive officer (CEO), replacing Dr Pallab K Chatterjee who is leaving the company for other opportunities.
i2 Technologies announced it would acquire Smart Technologies, a provider of internet-based customer relationship management software, in a stock transaction valued at $68m.
i2 Technologies Inc (NASDAQ: ITWO), a company that provides supply chain management solutions, reported on Monday (8 December) that new sales and operations planning (S&OP) processes have been implemented by Del Monte Foods (NYSE: DLM) using i2 solutions.
Based on 2001 revenue projections, the leading vendor, i2 Technologies, controls 15 percent of the market.
i2 Technologies Inc has signed on to acquire Smart Technologies Inc, a provider of internet-based customer relationship management software, in a stock transaction valued at $68m.