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.
Admittedly, I stare longingly at them everyday from work. Though jagged, they are a welcome interruption on the horizon of the pacific. Off in the distance; hazy, mysterious...majestic even. I can’t help but to think how peaceful it must be out there, with no cars, no roads, no buildings, no people. A paradise in our own backyard.
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.
Do you love to follow your friends and family on Facebook? Do you prefer to stick to the professional route on LinkedIn? Or maybe you’re like me, and just love to see pictures on Instagram of what people are up to. Wherever you are in the social sphere, you can find QAD.