QAD customers assemble to Learn, Network and Discover
Explore 2014 offers the opportunity for QAD customers to expand their knowledge of QAD products and services enabling pursuit of the effective enterprise. The five day annual event attracts customers, partners and industry experts from around the world to share informative sessions, experience hands-on training and learn about emerging trends in manufacturing.
More than 50 industry experts will share insight into the issues that are critical for success in global manufacturing. The agenda provides a multitude of general and vertical-specific workshops and presentations. Many sessions provide APICS continuing education credits.
This year’s event focuses on three promises: Learn, Network and Discover!
Attendees will Learn new skills and discover new solutions through hands-on workshops addressing the real-life challenges manufacturers face every day. Industry experts will share information on how to take full advantage of the powerful tools available to QAD Enterprise Applications power users.
The event is a great place to Network with other members of the QAD community where attendees share solutions, exchange best practices and meet with company executives and other industry experts.
Explore is the place to Discover how QAD is responding to trends in manufacturing and how the latest enhancements which will improve operational efficiency.
“Explore 2014 is a tremendous venue to showcase our emerging technology solutions, learn about new industry trends and share information with others in the QAD community,” said
Explore 2014 starts with a welcome reception at the
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