Global manufacturers’ ERP solution focuses on user experience,
quality and flexibility for global deployments
“The latest version of QAD Enterprise Applications, available either as QAD Cloud ERP or on-premise, delivers a host of new capabilities for manufacturers. In particular we have focused on enhancing quality management and quality control and addressed many challenges for companies deploying ERP solutions globally,” said
QAD Enterprise Applications 2014 features a new role-based model for navigation allowing for standard roles throughout the enterprise to be predefined. This role-based approach to accessing key functionality enables users to be more efficient in performing their roles and provides greater productivity for many organizations.
In addition, QAD Enterprise Applications 2014 features enhancements in globalization, now supporting standards in 53 countries. The enhanced globalization enables customers to meet requirements for local business practices, governance and fiduciary reporting including requirements of the Single European Payments Area (SEPA) for customers deploying in the
QAD Enterprise Application 2014 also provides many features aimed at improving the ease with which companies can report on quality, including serialization which supports product genealogy and makes traceability throughout the supply chain much simpler. Customers now can access a Lot Trace Workbench making it easier to trace components to manage quality control or define specific parts impacted by a product recall.
“QAD Enterprise Applications 2014 introduces significant new features and enhancements to the existing capabilities available throughout the application,” said
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