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QAD Announces Enhancements to QAD Adaptive ERP and Related Solutions Designed to Help Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprises Manage Disruption
Global manufacturers face ever-increasing disruption caused by many factors, including the COVID-19 pandemic, technology-driven innovation, changing consumer preferences and new and revised government regulations. To succeed in response to these unprecedented changes, manufacturers must quickly adapt by rethinking their business models and processes. QAD calls companies that can do this rapidly,
QAD Adaptive ERP and the QAD Adaptive Applications portfolio of solutions help
- Agile: An agile manufacturer is performance-oriented and has process mobility and system flexibility. It responds rapidly to internal and external business changes.
- Intelligent: An intelligent manufacturer is connected, data-driven and optimized. It uses data to get real-time insights into operations, customers and the market environment.
- Innovative: An innovative manufacturer is aware, dynamic and customer experience-focused. It effectively addresses business turbulence with new processes, services and products.
The latest release of QAD solutions includes new functionality and capabilities designed to help
- Effective Enterprise Management lets manufacturers operate from a trusted set of essential enterprise processes including integrated multi-currency, multi-GAAP and multi-entity financials, best practice purchasing, shared services, real-time data and flexible data analytics.
- Digital Manufacturing allows manufacturers to leverage digital and advanced technologies to better communicate, analyze and use real-time information to meet cost and quality objectives.
- Complete Customer Management delivers an outstanding customer experience that builds a company's brand and helps acquire, sell to and retain customers with less effort and expense.
- Integrated Supplier Management improves supplier collaboration and supply chain visibility allowing for faster response to changes in supply and demand.
- Connected Supply Chain helps manufacturers effectively collaborate with supply chain partners and address the challenges associated with managing complex and ever-changing global supply chains.
“The latest release of QAD Adaptive ERP continues to add functionality to the Adaptive UX and the QAD Enterprise Platform while introducing enhancements in many additional areas, including Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and Trade Management and Analytics,” said QAD CEO
In addition to the latest updates to QAD Adaptive ERP, which features the QAD Enterprise Platform and Adaptive UX, QAD has also enhanced related solutions in its Adaptive Applications portfolio, including QAD Dynasys DSCP (Digital Supply Chain Planning), QAD EQMS (Enterprise Quality Management System), and QAD Precision GTTE (Global Trade & Transportation Execution).
For details of the specific enhancements made to QAD Adaptive ERP and its related solutions, please visit the QAD Blog.
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