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KYB Japan Selects QAD On Demand Global Cloud ERP
In this cutthroat competitive market for global manufacturing enterprise software, brand new deals are not that frequent an occasion for QAD, but the vendor now

qad on demand  Japan Selects QAD On Demand Global Cloud ERP In this cutthroat competitive market for global manufacturing enterprise software, brand new deals are not that frequent an occasion for QAD , but the vendor now has a vast opportunity to expand business at existing customers. Global manufacturers are increasingly turning to QAD On Demand as their trusted cloud enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution owing to the  product's flexible deployment options, global capabilities, and predicable cost

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Progress-ing Towards ERP On-Demand


While most discussions about the Software as a Service (SaaS) market revolve around the likes of Salesforce.com, NetSuite, Google, IBM, Oracle, Microsoft, OpSource, etc., the name Progress Software Corporation (NASDAQ: PRGS) rarely comes to mind, unjustifiably. While Progress itself is to blame in part for a less aggressive marketing effort (and for the-best-kept-secret-in-the-market status

qad on demand  long been on-demand and QAD is working on SaaS enablement of QAD Enterprise Applications [ evaluate this product ] with deeply involved Progress' help (and we should soon hear about Epicor and Infor 's similar efforts, also possibly via leveraging some Progress technologies in part), the most recent high-profile SaaS ERP example would be the leading Latin American vendor Datasul S.A. (Bovespa: DSUL3). Datasul, a Progress application partner and Brazilian market leader (with 20 percent market share in the Read More

QAD Raises the Blended Cloud/On-premise ERP Bar


QAD is a leading provider of enterprise applications for several thousand global manufacturing companies specializing in automotive, consumer products, electronics, food and beverage, industrial, and life sciences products. QAD Enterprise Applications On Demand, which provides the same functionality and user experience as its flagship on-premise counterpart QAD Enterprise Applications suite, has

qad on demand  a software-as-a-service (SaaS) offering, QAD On Demand offers benefits to customers via automatic upgrades and rapid implementation, per-user pricing, and global accessibility. Information technology (IT) departments in organizations worldwide are recognizing the benefits of having QAD manage application support, server hardware, systems administration, database administration, upgrade planning, first-line user support, disaster recovery, usage, and analysis reporting on their behalf. QAD finds the Read More

QAD Pulling Through, Patiently But Passionately Part Four: Market Impact Continued


QAD has long shifted its focus from being a mere ERP vendor dedicated to the industrial mid-market to fully leveraging the Internet in the applications it provides to manufacturers and distributors to link their back-office systems to those of their business partners via private trading exchanges.

qad on demand  ideally without human intervention. QAD has jumped on this bandwagon since its focus has also evolved to target collaborative e-Business and event-driven manufacturing. These markets need support for demand events such as a customer order, supply events such as a supply disruption, process events, product events, or others. QAD has thereby created a notable business-to-business (B2B) collaboration vision to appeal to its mid-market user base, but it acknowledges that it will take much more doing for the Read More

QAD Explore 2012: Only Good Things Can Come from Talking to the Customer


As a seasoned provider of enterprise applications for manufacturing companies, QAD knows the importance of listening to its clients. In fact, the company has created a customer engagement program to help its customers align their business processes to their strategic business goals. Get the details on this program, as well as a full update from the QAD Explore 2012 user conference in P.J. Jakovljevic’s latest article.

qad on demand  the continued adoption of QAD On Demand by both existing and new customers.  1 Progress Software has recently announced the intent to divest 10 product lines including Savvion, but it will keep the right to Savvion’s source code within OpenEdge. Progress just does no longer want to sell Savvion as a standalone BPM offering (with a separate sales force and partner ecosystem), and wants to focus on providing cloud-based application platforms for vendors like QAD, Datasul , etc.   References and Read More

Enterprise Mobility: Executive Perspectives on Mobile Business Applications


Based on a survey of finance executives from across Canada, this white paper offers perspectives of senior financial managers on the widespread use of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets in the workforce. It also determines what finance executives see as the drivers and benefits of the use of mobile business applications, as well as the most critical challenges and consequences, including cost and risk.

qad on demand  Mobility: Executive Perspectives on Mobile Business Applications Based on a survey of finance executives from across Canada, this white paper offers perspectives of senior financial managers on the widespread use of mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets in the workforce. It also determines what finance executives see as the drivers and benefits of the use of mobile business applications, as well as the most critical challenges and consequences, including cost and risk. Read More

Hosted versus On-premises Customer Relationship Management


The dot-com revolution has left few impressions as significant as the hosted software phenomenon. In fact, its success has caused many organizations with reservations about hosted solutions to think twice. So what exactly are its advantages and disadvantages?

qad on demand  versus On-premises Customer Relationship Management Background: Changes in the Customer Relationship Management Market The customer relationship management (CRM) market, like most of the tech market, has undergone significant changes since the dot-com boom of the late 1990s. Consolidation and acquisition have been the buzzwords of late, leaving consumers with even more questions as to what product is the best fit for their organizations. The mid-market is marked by a bitter battle between the hosted Read More

Capitalizing on Change


Change management is an inherent part of software implementation. Ideally, you want new business processes and the software to support them. However, companies still often compromise, due to their implementation approach and technology limitations—resulting in needless expense. There is a more rapid approach to implementation and change management, with reduced risk, greater value, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO).

qad on demand  on Change Change management is an inherent part of software implementation. Ideally, you want new business processes and the software to support them. However, companies still often compromise, due to their implementation approach and technology limitations—resulting in needless expense. There is a more rapid approach to implementation and change management, with reduced risk, greater value, and lower total cost of ownership (TCO). Read More

Standardizing on One ERP System in a Multi-division Enterprise


In an enterprise with multiple operating divisions, should the enterprise standardize on a single set of software? Recent broadening of major ERP products’ scope and the advent of Web-based product architecture may tempt corporations to consider deploying this concept. Although the enterprise can generate many benefits from standardization, they may also create other issues that often result in disruptions.

qad on demand  Tier 3 vendor (e.g., QAD , SCT , Lilly Software , Navision , etc.) could be a more appropriate solution. The integration required between two or more operating units can vary. The units may be serving the same market, using the same suppliers, doing manufacturing for each other, selling each others products or have other relationships. The level of operational integration provides a sense of how integrated the systems of the two units must be. But having some of these joint operational issues is not Read More

Managing On-demand Package Implementations


Why choose on-demand when there are so many integrated software solutions on the market? Because on-demand packages provide a number of benefits that can help IT focus on innovation and creating true business value, rather than dealing with network headaches. But along with the benefits there are a number of challenges. Read more about these challenges and how you can manage your on-demand implementation project.

qad on demand  On-demand Package Implementations Why choose on-demand when there are so many integrated software solutions on the market? Because on-demand packages provide a number of benefits that can help IT focus on innovation and creating true business value, rather than dealing with network headaches. But along with the benefits there are a number of challenges. Read more about these challenges and how you can manage your on-demand implementation project. Read More

SAP Tackles Real-time Demand Sensing


SAP has announced the general availability of the SAP Enterprise Demand Sensing application, with new capabilities to improve companies’ demand management and business planning processes. The idea is to transform supply chains to become demand-driven or even market-driven, whereby supply chain professionals and their marketing counterparts can work more closely together. Capabilities within the

qad on demand  Tackles Real-time Demand Sensing SAP has announced the  general availability of the SAP Enterprise Demand Sensing application , with new capabilities to improve companies’ demand management and business planning processes. The idea is to transform supply chains to become demand-driven or even market-driven, whereby supply chain professionals and their marketing counterparts can work more closely together. Capabilities within the SAP Enterprise Demand Sensing application improve the quality of Read More

Predictive Demand Supply


If you're in the supply chain business, right up there with Newton's law of gravity stands Murphy's other law stipulating that demand and supply, if left to their own tendencies, will always tend to diverge and get you in trouble. Welcome to the world of predictive demand and supply planning whose mission is to predict imbalances as far in advance as possible, in order to provide ample time and opportunity to design and implement corrective sales and operations solutions. So how do we design a system for identifying potential issues and expressing them via a commonly understood key process indicator (KPI) where the cause and effect of our actions can be readily measured? Read this article by the former director of Dell's operations and demand management.

qad on demand  Demand Supply Introduction If you're in the supply chain business, right up there with Newton's law of gravity stands Murphy's other law stipulating that demand and supply, if left to their own tendencies, will always tend to diverge and get you in trouble. In the case of gravity, we have all hopefully learned to predict what it personally means to us (jump out of a tree and down you go!), and so we readily know how to avoid its negative effects (don't jump!). With demand and supply (D/S) Read More

BI on the Go . . . So, Who’s Using Mobile BI?


In this first of two posts, TEC senior BI and data management analyst Jorge García presents some of the main findings of the TEC 2014 mobile survey on the usage of mobile BI offerings by enterprises—who's using mobile BI offerings and from which vendors, and which industry is showing the interest in mobile BI solutions.

qad on demand  on the Go . . . So, Who’s Using Mobile BI? Piggybacking off of the success of the most recent TEC Buyer’s Guide, the 2014 Buyer's Guide on Mobile BI applications , we took the opportunity to survey users of mobile business intelligence (BI) applications and collect their impressions in regard to these tools. Most of the results of this survey with more than 250 respondents were captured in an Infographic . Additional information garnered from the survey, while not conclusive, may provide a glance Read More