The article China’s Strategy in the U.S. Car Market: Make Parts First appeared in the Wall Street Journal in recently. Not only did the story about how Chinese manufacturers are making a difference in the U.S. auto parts market strike me, but also the amount of QAD customers I recognized.
MIT consistently ranks as one of the best colleges in the nation, and oftentimes tops the list of the best in certain programs. That’s why it was no surprise that the school ranked second on the US News best supply chain / logistics programs.
The two most typical uses of outcomes revolve around, not coincidentally, two of the most (if not the top most) important parts of society today: education and healthcare. So let’s drill into both those areas, which at their core focus on the same thing: “the impact of
Oftentimes “cloud” is portrayed as a simple deployment option. Cloud ERP is about much more than deployment, it’s a strategic choice. It’s about focusing on your core competencies and what you deliver to your customers. Manufacturers have found that deploying ERP in the cloud allows them to spend more time on their business strategy and customer satisfaction.
We are all so lucky to be part of the worldwide manufacturing community. This is a time when so much is changing that the manufacturing industry will look quite different in a few years. In the meantime, here are a few things to be grateful for today.
Most business people only select enterprise grade software once or twice during their entire lifetimes, if at all. Companies hire consultants to help with the Request for Proposal (RFP) and to guide them through the search process.
There is plenty of buzz around the notion of Smart Manufacturing, but what exactly does the expression mean?
Building the Effective Enterprise with QAD. Imagine a future where your business processes are operating at peak efficiency and perfectly aligned with your strategic goals.
What the Gig Economy Means for Manufacturers. Over the next 10 years, 3.5 million manufacturing jobs will be created, and nearly 2 million of them will go unfilled because employers can’t find candidates with the right skills according to Deloitte.
Like Althea, life sciences manufacturers face a number of special challenges when it comes to government regulations and compliance needs. QAD understands that no two manufacturers are alike, and that’s why we provide industry versions of our ERP software to focus on your specific pain-points and move your toward the Effective Enterprise.