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QAD Named a Finalist by 2019 Stratus Awards
“QAD is helping to drive practical innovations in the cloud,” said
The QAD Adaptive Applications portfolio of cloud solutions is headlined by QAD Adaptive ERP featuring the Adaptive User Experience (UX) and built on the QAD Enterprise Platform. It also includes a number of related solutions including QAD Supplier Portal, QAD Cloud EDI and QAD Automation Solutions, all of which integrate seamlessly with QAD Adaptive ERP. Whether a manufacturer needs supplier relationship management, eInvoicing, EDI, trade management, supply chain planning, demand planning, transportation execution or other enterprise solutions, QAD Adaptive Applications offers a proven set of cloud solutions purpose-built for manufacturers and the changing requirements they face.
“QAD has gained a lot of experience in the cloud since we first offered a cloud solution in 2003,” said QAD CEO
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