HighJump Software Achieves Integration Validation with Oracle

June 8, 2009
Eden Prairie, Minn.-based HighJump Software announced that is has achieved integration validation with Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise Supply Chain Management (SCM) 9.0 for HighJump Warehouse Advantage and HighJump Data Collection Advantage.

According to HighJump Software, the company has been providing integrated manufacturing data collection, inventory and warehouse management technology for Oracle's PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM products for more than 10 years.

The relationship has resulted in more than 80 joint customers, according to HighJump.

"HighJump's integrated solutions benefit our mutual customers with improved, real-time, information flow and worker productivity," said Charlotte Jorgenson, senior director, PeopleSoft SCM Product Management. "Furthermore, Oracle's integration validation helps ensure users a seamless deployment of HighJump Software solutions into their PeopleSoft environment."

The integration of HighJump data collection and warehouse management systems with PeopleSoft Enterprise SCM 9.0 have been validated through the Oracle Application Integration Architecture for Partners initiative. HighJump also is a certified partner in the Oracle PartnerNetwork.

"HighJump Software is proud to have achieved integration validation, which demonstrates HighJump's continued dedication to strengthening customer's Oracle software investments by delivering tested and reliable integration with our data collection, inventory and warehouse management solutions to extend their PeopleSoft SCM products," said Chad Collins, HighJump Software vice president of marketing and strategy.

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Former Senior Editor Josh Cable covered innovation issues -- including trends and best practices in R&D, process improvement and product development. He also reported on the best practices of the most successful companies and executives in the world of transportation manufacturing, which encompasses the aerospace, automotive, rail and shipbuilding sectors. 

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