RedPrairie and Kurt Salmon Associates Sign Strategic Agreement

Waukesha, WI and Atlanta, GA - RedPrairie Corporation, a leading provider of real-time, end-to-end logistics solutions, and Kurt Salmon Associates (KSA), the premier global management consulting firm to the retail and consumer products industries, announced a strategic agreement to provide the most advanced total productivity solution for their customers and prospects. Under the agreement, KSA will incorporate RedPrairie's labor productivity software into its renowned Base Plusâ performance improvement program.

Explains Lynn Spuhler, National Service Director of KSA, "Over the past year we have looked at a wide range of possibilities for enhancing our solution, from upgrading Control Plus, our current software engine, to partnering with various software vendors. RedPrairie's enterprise application and system capabilities complement our performance improvement approach, making RedPrairie the best solution for our clients."

Under the agreement, KSA will develop proprietary scripts around RedPrairie's DLx Labor® software to create its next generation performance management software solution. This solution powered by DLx Labor will be a core element of KSA's performance management services going forward.

Comments John Jazwiec, RedPrairie Company Leader, "The combination of Kurt Salmon Associates' nearly 70 years of unique intellectual property and RedPrairie's 30+ years of delivering industry-leading software solutions creates a value proposition for our customers that far exceeds anything else in the market. Together we are positioned to help customers drive substantial gains in productivity and performance."

Current clients and target clients of both companies have described the partnership as welcome news, since it will provide them with the leading labor productivity software and the premier performance improvement delivery approach through an integrated solution. Both companies expect significant demand for this unique offering.

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