NORWALK, Conn.--Terra Technology today announced it has selected Dell Inc. to deliver cloud-based supply chain planning and optimization solutions. Terra’s software-as-a-service offering makes purchasing and implementing Demand Sensing, Multi-Enterprise Inventory Optimization and Transportation Forecasting solutions faster and easier than ever with low upfront costs.
This best-in-class platform is secure, reliable, resilient, and scalable while meeting the exacting needs of Terra’s customers. The cloud services are SSAE16 SOC 1 and SOC 2, Type 1 certified for Security and Availability and comply with all leading security regulations including COBIT, PCI, HIPAA, SOX and ISO 27002. Its state-of-the-art enterprise-class infrastructure includes the latest generation server network, storage, hypervisor and software components; and all aspects of the physical and logical infrastructure are redundant through the use of technologies like clustering, RAID, stacking and high-availability pairing.
“Many of our customers see the cloud as strategic,” said Robert F. Byrne, CEO of Terra Technology. “It simplifies the procurement process, lowers investment risk and allows businesses to quickly benefit from new applications without having to compete internally for additional IT resources. By outsourcing the burden of routine patching and replacement of server architecture, companies can focus incremental IT resources on more value-added activities. Selecting Dell as our premier cloud platform provider offers our customers a secure and trusted platform that complies with the rigorous IT requirements of the largest multinational corporations.”
About Terra Technology
Terra Technology helps companies outperform in volatile markets through automated and mathematically-sophisticated supply chain software solutions that drive profitable growth, raise shareholder value and improve operational efficiency.
Terra senses demand, optimizes inventory and predicts transportation and warehousing requirements in more than 160 countries for some of the world’s largest companies including Procter & Gamble, Unilever, Shell, Mondelēz International, Kimberly-Clark, Kraft Heinz, General Mills, ConAgra Foods, AkzoNobel, Kellogg, Reckitt Benckiser and Campbell Soup. Terra invented demand sensing in 2002, which was the first solution to systematically use customer data to enhance service, cut inventory and reduce waste. Information on how Terra enables a truly integrated supply chain can be found at terratechnology.com.