QAD ERP Deployment Methodology Reduces Effort And Cost
QAD Inc. (NASDAQ:QADA) (NASDAQ:QADB), a leading provider of enterprise
resource planning solutions (ERP) and services, offers a highly
prescriptive ERP implementation methodology for QAD Enterprise
QAD Inc. (NASDAQ:QADA) (NASDAQ:QADB), a leading provider of enterprise resource planning solutions (ERP) and services, offers a highly prescriptive ERP implementation methodology for QAD Enterprise Applications. QAD Easy On Boarding offers global manufacturers an industry best practice solution with predefined processes, predictable costs and reduced implementation times. Glory Global Solutions, a pioneer in the development and manufacture of money-handling machines and systems, prides itself on bringing real innovation to its customers. It was this focus on innovation that led it to implement QAD Enterprise Applications utilizing QAD Easy On Boarding. Glen Downes, European applications manager at Glory, remarked that the QAD Easy On Boarding framework, with its detailed process maps, was clear and easy to follow. It allowed project stakeholders to clearly understand the scope of the project. “We chose to use QAD Easy On Boarding, and I’m really pleased we did,” said Downes. “QAD Easy On Boarding gave our business team a clear framework they could follow. It made the implementation simpler from a project management and a project delivery perspective.” Proven Processes Are Built Into QAD Easy On Boarding QAD Easy On Boarding simplifies the project implementation process by predefining standard data and pre-configuring standard processes. It is the difference between building from scratch versus taking proven, tested processes and modifying them to meet your company needs. Easy On Boarding delivers a focused project plan that incorporates the proven tools necessary to complete the project, minimizing changes to support an on-time and on-budget delivery. Part of the success of Easy On Boarding comes from rapid prototyping of end-to-end processes to ensure information flows across all systems. This solution is proved using predefined test scripts, work instructions and configuration manuals resulting in a reduction of location customizations; simplified data integration and training; greater user-based support; and ultimately, a reduction in implementation costs.