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QAD Enhances QAD Cloud ERP and Updates Solutions
- Sales Order Processing
- Service Orders, Material Returns and Service Activity Reporting
- Product Structures
- Actionable Insights
- Mobile Approvals
- Process Maps
Channel Islands also supports the following base functions: Customer, Supplier, Item and other master data elements, as well as the following key technologies: Actionable Insights, Action Center, Activity Feed, Personalization, Process Maps and Embedded Analytics.
A new version of the QAD Supplier Portal now runs on the Channel Islands architecture providing mobile access, collaboration and improved personalization capabilities. A new Supplier Self Service capability allows the supplier to maintain and better keep track of their information, including contact and tax information, while providing improved integration with QAD Cloud ERP and QAD Cloud QMS.
QAD built the
"Our customers know their businesses better than anybody else, and with the QAD Enterprise Platform, they can use this knowledge to greatly increase the fit of their ERP system without the need for customizations," said QAD President
In addition to enhancements to QAD Cloud ERP, QAD announced new versions of related QAD solutions:
A new version of QAD Production Orders that supports mixed-mode manufacturing with all the features currently included in the QAD Discrete Manufacturing and QAD Work Orders solutions, including WIP Lot Trace, leveling capabilities, co- and by-products, average costing and eSignatures. QAD Production Orders unifies the production planning and execution processes into one flow, giving QAD customers the ability to run both repetitive schedules and discrete orders while accessing the same set of functionality and transactions. The new version features enhancements to allocations, picklist, picking, transfer issue, master schedule leveling and backflush. QAD Production Orders is now integrated with QAD Automation Solutions with out-of-the-box standard flows and standard transactions, serialization, attributes and quality.
QAD Internationalization (I19): The QAD I19 program, which addresses country and local regulations for financial reporting and taxation purposes to help keep customers in compliance, adds eight new country updates. QAD supports 65 countries and offers special country extensions for many more.
QAD Automation Solutions3.0 adds industry model libraries featuring standardized lists of transactions commonly used within each of QAD's vertical segments. Transactions are based on real business cases and include technical components, whole solution documentation, individual transaction documentation and test scripts. An automotive model library debuts today.
The latest version of QAD QMS (Quality Management System) features significantly enhanced Risk and Performance Management modules and over 80 features added to support the new IATF 16949 2018 automotive compliance standards. The solution also now supports the
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