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Liberty Global Picks Supply Chain Partner

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SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. -- JDA® Software Group, Inc., The Supply Chain Company®, today announced that Liberty Global, Inc., a leading international cable company, with operations in 13 countries, selected a number of JDA solutions in the third quarter of 2012. The solutions, including JDA® Fulfillment, JDA® Demand, JDA® Demand Classification, JDA® Collaborate, and JDA Cloud Perform, were chosen to optimize and centralize supply planning and procurement, increase inventory visibility and decrease inventory levels across a supply chain supporting 11 European countries. Liberty Global is a leading international cable company with operations in 13 countries. The company provides market-leading television, broadband internet, and telephony services, which are provided through next generation networks and innovative technology platforms that connect 20 million customers who subscribe to 34 million services. Liberty Global’s consumer brands include UPC, Unitymedia, Kabel BW, Telenet, and VTR. “This is just the start of the supply chain initiative Liberty Global is undertaking and JDA’s total supply chain footprint will provide the platform for that growth,” said Anita Arts, vice president global supply chain, Liberty Global. “JDA clearly demonstrated that they were able to meet the complex requirements that we required, including being able to forecast different levels of the supply chain, provide increased inventory visibility and decrease inventory levels across the supply chain. JDA Cloud Services will also allow Liberty Global to facilitate a more flexible approach to the initiative, enabling the project to start quicker and meet the aggressive time frames required by the business.” Liberty Global Inc.

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