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Warehouse Management Software reconciles data for multiple sites. - ThomasNet Industrial News Room (press release)

RedPrairie Corporation, a productivity solutions provider, introduced a new enhancement to its Warehouse Management solution today that enables easier reconciliation of test and production environments for customers managing multiple sites or clients.

The tool, Environment Manager, is included in RedPrairie's 2010.2 Warehouse Management release, and allows users to propagate data between warehouse instances while checking for data differences between the two.

"In the past, those using typical warehouse management solutions have had to configure their setup twice - once for testing, and once for production - when implementing that solution at a new site or on-boarding a new client," says Scott Zickert, RedPrairie Product Manager, Distribution Products. "By generating templates based on relatively static information like locations, item definitions, and configuration setup, Environment Manager helps to take the guesswork out of where configurable data ultimately resides. By using Environment Manager to manage data propagation and find data differences between environments, RedPrairie customers will be able to reduce the amount of time needed to go live with new warehouses or bring up new clients within those warehouses."

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