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Experiencing a Different Corporate Culture at QAD Explore 2008
No, my intent here is not necessarily to provide a typical analyst alert after attending a vendor's annual user conference, in this case the QAD Explore 2008 in

softwares 2008  a Different Corporate Culture at QAD Explore 2008 No, my intent here is not necessarily to provide a typical analyst alert after attending a vendor's annual user conference, in this case the  QAD Explore 2008 in Orlando, Florida (US) last month. This is not to imply that there was nothing there to write home about either. Quite the contrary, the multiple-day event was, well, eventful for market observers and hundreds of QAD 's global customers from both an official (announcements, product

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