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QAD Pulling Through, Patiently But Passionately Part Two: Company Background
QAD, a notable player in the upper middle of the discrete manufacturing market, embarked a few years ago on reinventing itself by delivering applications that

linq  following connectivity tools: 1) Q/LinQ (recently renamed into Q/Link ), which provides a standard framework for data import/export between MFG/PRO and eQ components and other ERP systems, 2) an EDI Commerce tool with support for XML, and 3) Network User Interface (NetUI) for the Java platform. The last piece of the QAD product suite at the time was Qwizard software, which was intended to reduce MFG/PRO implementation and rollout training to employees. It still includes a business modeler tool, Read More

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QAD’s Costly eTransition Continues
QAD, one of the leading Tier 2 ERP vendors, continues its transition into a provider of e-business applications for manufacturing companies. However, the

linq  the customer. With the Q/LinQ connectivity engine, QAD/Connects A2A solutions offer a messaging system for information exchange between QAD and other ERP/legacy applications, delivering message and error handling, registry functions, publishing, processing, mapping, and communications. With the release of these industry-standard connectors as part of the QAD/Connects A2A solution, QAD can help its customers quickly become capable players in the Internet economy while minimizing the cost of Read More
QAD Inc.: The Art of Vertical Focus
QAD is competitive in ease of global multi-site implementation and quality of global service and support. However, QAD's financial position has eroded

linq  the following connectivity tools: Q/LinQ, which provides a standard framework for data import/export between MFG/PRO and eQ components and other ERP systems, an EDI Commerce tool, and Network User Interface (NetUI) for the Java platform. The last piece of the QAD product suite is Qwizard software, which is intended to reduce MFG/PRO implementation and rollout training to employees. It includes a business modeler tool, customizable implementation tools, interactive learning tools, and tools to design and Read More

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