EDEN PRAIRIE, Minn., /PRNewswire/ -- HighJump Software, a provider of adaptable, extended supply chain execution (SCE) solutions, announced that 99 Cents Only Stores (NYSE: NDN) has selected its Supply Chain Advantage(TM) solution set to manage operations as the company continues its successful growth and expansion.99 Cents Only Stores is a deep-discount retailer of primarily name-brand consumable general merchandise at an affordable, single-price point.
HighJump's solutions will facilitate the warehousing,fulfillment and distribution in the complex, high-volume environment. Since its founding in 1982, 99 Cents Only Stores has expanded to more than 150 locations in California, Nevada and Arizona, and is currently entering Texas. HighJump's solutions will be implemented at the newly acquired, nearly three-quarter-million-square-foot Texas facility, which will distribute food, beverages, health/beauty aids and household supplies to its Texas retail stores.
"We are projecting substantial growth as we move into the Texas market, and Supply Chain Advantage was the best solution we evaluated that contained the functionality we wanted to adapt easily to our increasing volumes and other changing requirements," said Chet Harkonen, vice president of distribution of 99 Cents Only Stores. "With HighJump, we will primarily use in-house resources to adapt the system as needed. It is even easier and more cost-effective for us than we expected."
"We are extremely pleased that 99 Cents Only Stores has selected our solutions to empower long-term supply chain efficiency and cost-reduction as they move into new geographic markets," said Chris Heim, president and CEO of HighJump Software. "This is yet another example of HighJump's strong momentum and unmatched value proposition within the supply chain execution space."
99 Cents Only Stores is the nation's oldest existing one-price retailer.
HighJump Software provides adaptable, extended supply chain execution (SCE) solutions that deliver competitive advantage to manufacturers, distributors, retailers and third-party logistics companies. For more information, visit the Web site at http://www.highjump.com .