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Open Sky Group

Authorized Reseller for JDA WMS and WFM; Services include New Implementations of WMS and WFM; Software Upgrades for WMS and WFM; Material Handling Equipment and ERP Integration and Parcel Systems Implementation.


Open Sky Group focuses on helping clients get the most from their software investment through workable and stable solutions to supply chain software challenges. Open Sky’s talented consultants use their deep experience and skills to make sure clients get the best possible results, whether the engagement begins before, during or after a software implementation. Open Sky has successfully completed more than 275 supply chain software projects for clients in the industries of Third Party Logistics, High Tech, Apparel, Consumer Packaged Goods, Food & Beverage, Print/Media and more. Although each project has unique aspects, typical Open Sky engagements include new Software Implementations, Upgrades, MHE and ERP Integration and Parcel Systems. Open Sky is an authorized Reseller of JDA WMS and WFM. This means you can purchase licenses from Open Sky for exactly the same software you would buy through JDA. Working with Open Sky in this arrangement combines the efficiency and power of the JDA WMS with the technical expertise and personal touch of a flexible, agile solutions provider. Open Sky is dedicated to being the best consulting partner on the planet for implementing Supply Chain solutions. Let Open Sky help your organization reach new heights of supply chain efficiency with your Warehouse and Workforce Management Systems. Contact us today to learn more.

1421 East Broad Street
Suite 305
Fuquay-Varina, North Carolina 27526
United States

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