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QAD Announces Enhancements to QAD Adaptive ERP and Related Solutions Designed to Help Manufacturers Rapidly Adapt to Industry Disruption
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Manufacturers face unprecedented disruption, which forces them to constantly evaluate how they do business and the processes by which they run their organizations. Changing customer demands that force companies to make to order at scale or offer their products as a service (Anything as a Service), and the ever-increasing pace of technological disruption demand that companies embrace agility. Manufacturers must evaluate an ever-changing array of new technologies, including
“Organizations today face a great deal of change ranging from evolving customer preferences and business models to new economic, political and regulatory demands. Increasingly these changes are transformational rather than incremental,” said QAD CEO
In addition to the latest updates to QAD Adaptive ERP, QAD has also enhanced many of the related solutions in its Adaptive Applications portfolio including the QAD Supplier Portal, QAD Field Service Management, QAD CEBOS EQMS and QAD DynaSys DSCP.
For details of the enhancements QAD has made to QAD Adaptive ERP and its related solutions, please visit QAD Adaptive ERP 2019 Boosts Operational Efficiency and User Productivity.
To learn more, visit www.qad.com or call +1 805-566-6000.
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