RedPrairie has long been known for the power and agility of our industry-leading inventory, warehouse and workforce management solutions. Part of that power and agility is the fact that you can choose how to deploy our solutions based on the configuration that works best for you. So you get the results you need—where and how you need them.
Get the set up that’s right for you
One size does not fit all—especially when it comes to business solutions. Systems that are core to your operations may require direct control, while others may be better managed by those whose core competency they represent. Recognizing companies have differing needs in this area, RedPrairie provides a range of deployment options, from traditional on-premise licenses to four service-based models.
Outsource your supply chain and retail operations applications to RedPrairie’s Hosting Centers. Licensing can be perpetual or on a subscription basis. We’ve provided hosted solutions for 10 years.
Software as a Service (SaaS)
Pay for software as you use it rather than purchasing and installing it in-house. RedPrairie offers its solutions on-demand (SaaS) so you only pay for what you use. Plus, you don’t have to worry about installation, upgrades or disaster recovery.
Remote Access Management
Host RedPrairie applications in your own data centers, but utilize RedPrairie to manage the applications, including implementations, upgrades, maintenance and problem resolution.
We can help with complete “virtual” solutions
All RedPrairie applications can be run from our hosting center, which allows you to get up and running quickly. We work with the best hardware partners in the industry, giving you the ability to expand your technology footprint while also taking advantage of the scale, redundancy and recovery benefits that "virtual" solutions can provide.
We utilize virtualization for all of our applications—with over 400 environments deployed every hour of every day. In fact, we’ve used virtualized environments for over four years and have developed a world-class hosting center built to provide continuous up-time with the latest redundancy and recovery safeguards. Whether your concern is speeding up implementation or reducing your hardware investment, our hardware virtualization gives you the flexibility to meet your current needs, with plenty of room to grow.
As global supply chains have lengthened and become more complex, and the risks of supply chain disruptions have become more acute, the value of a well planned and tested business continuity program continues to increase. RedPrairie fills this need through its Business Continuity Services.
At the heart of RedPrairie’s Business Continuity Services is our network of hosting data centers which already host RedPrairie applications for over 15,000 customer sites. Operating 24x7, 365 days per year, the data centers have fully redundant power, communications and network providers to ensure continued operations in virtually any emergency. By continuously maintaining duplicate copies of your RedPrairie applications and data, constantly refreshed with your transactions, these data centers can serve as hot sites to restore your operational environment shortly after a disruption event so you can ship orders again.
Why is this important?
Let’s look at an example, say a fire, flood or tornado destroys your corporate data center in Chicago. Suddenly, your DCs in New Jersey, Tennessee, Texas and California can’t pick and ship orders. Your next day delivery or other time-sensitive shipment promises go right out the window – which means you have a costly, brand damaging problem.
A small cost to avoid a BIG risk
Business Continuity Service is a relatively small cost compared to the potential losses to your bottom line and brand reputation caused by your inability to deliver products when promised or to keep retail shelves stocked. You might compare it to insurance – you hope you never have to use it, but it can make a critical difference if you do.
RedPrairie Business Continuity Services is a proven, reliable, cost-effective way to make sure disruptions to your ability to process and ship orders caused by unavailability of your RedPrairie applications does not become a significant threat to your business results.