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Noble Biomaterials Chooses QAD Adaptive ERP as Platform for Growth
“We’re excited when we can help a long-time customer evolve and moving to the cloud was a great evolution for Noble Biomaterials,” said QAD Senior Vice President, Global Sales Ed Boclair. “Life Sciences companies are heavily regulated and must deal with rapidly changing compliance initiatives. QAD Adaptive ERP gives them the agility to adapt quickly and turn industry disruption into competitive advantage. We look forward to helping Noble on their journey to becoming an agile, effective enterprise.”
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A QAD customer since 2002, Noble was running an older, on-premise QAD ERP solution. After a six-month evaluation of QAD’s latest ERP technology, Noble decided to move its business processes to the cloud by employing QAD Adaptive ERP. Noble chose QAD for a number of reasons including:
- The solution’s ability to adapt quickly to changing business requirements
- Noble can now address individual user preferences and capabilities quickly and without having to write code
- The solution provides Action Centers and Embedded Analytics giving decision makers the real-time information they need to make informed decisions
- The ability to upgrade by module makes upgrades easier and more strategic
“Moving to the cloud with QAD Adaptive ERP is a smart decision for our business,” said Noble Biomaterials CFO,
In addition to QAD Adaptive ERP, Noble will deploy several other solutions from the QAD Adaptive Applications portfolio, including QAD Automation Solutions, QAD Production Execution and QAD Customer Self Service.
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