In a presentation entitled Building the Future of Your Supply Chain, Ariel Weil, general manager of DynaSys, a division of QAD, will present advanced demand and supply chain planning solutions and shared real-world examples of benefits received by customers.Training: First-Hand Customer Accounts and Solution Provider Expertise The QAD 2013 EMEA Customer Conference delivers a packed agenda with information and insights from manufacturers, industry innovators, customers and QAD solutions experts. This year, two tracks of training – also sold out - are available, including a track on customer success presentations and a track providing deep dives on specific solutions. The customer success track offers first-hand accounts from customers on a range of topics including:
- Customer Engagement Programs with QAD – What’s in it for Me?
- Upgrading Made Simple with QAD Easy On Boarding Implementation Methodology
- How to Plan and Resource Your QAD Upgrade
- QAD Enterprise Applications 2013.1 Overview
- The Power of Sales and Operations Planning
- eSourcing - Extending Your QAD Purchasing Functionality
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