RedPrairie Corporation, a global provider of supply chain technology solutions that enable business process transformation, announced that Wagner Industries, a leading third party logistics provider, has purchased RedPrairie's DLx Warehouse for distribution management and DLx Labor for workforce performance management. The solutions will help Kansas City-based Wagner meet growing customer demands for sophisticated distribution, visibility and complete systems integration.

For 60 years Wagner Industries has provided asset based supply chain solutions as distribution center, transportation and packaging services. Wagner plans to implement the RedPrairie solutions at a 500,000-square-foot Kansas City facility in July, and then will roll the solutions out to another nine facilities over the next twelve months. Wagner has customers in a variety of industries, including consumer packaged goods, retail, paper, and food and beverage.

"We have made a commitment to our customers to provide the very best supply chain solutions and we see RedPrairie as an essential tool in the delivery of our services. Many of our customers have relationships with major retailers who have constantly increasing retail-specific mandates. Those customers in turn look to us to provide the more sophisticated distribution capabilities to meet those requirements. We needed new technology to meet those needs," said John E. Wagner, Sr., Chairman for Wagner Industries.

Wagner continued, "We chose RedPrairie as our supply chain technology partner because of the proven scalability, capacity to deploy in a modular fashion and because of the flexibility to meet constantly changing business requirements."

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