Hands-On Training

Improving Manufacturing Operations with Production Orders

Course Overview

Learn how QAD’s new manufacturing solutions allow you to improve your manufacturing operations. The new manufacturing capabilities unify the functionality available for discrete work orders and (advanced) repetitive process flows. In addition, many new features have been added which will help you in streamlining and simplifying your processes for planning, scheduling and preparation activities of production, as well as material supplies (allocations, picking, moving issuing components), production activity reporting (receive/backflush, labor reporting, scrap, downtime reporting), and cost accounting. Benefits include:

  • Single production flow to support mixed-mode manufacturing
  • Eliminating redundancy, differences, and gaps between production modes
  • Simplifying implementation and configuration
  • Enhancing capabilities for the authorization of orders, allocations, picking, and the management of production activities

Together with planning & scheduling workbenches, serialization and QAD Automation Solutions, production orders allow you to better synchronize your back office production planning with your production execution activities (material replenishment and production activity reporting). Course topics include:

  • An overview of production orders that illustrates new features and new ways to implement your processes
  • An extended demonstration of production orders with Automation Solutions

By the end of class participants will:

  • Obtain key insights into how QAD Manufacturing (Production orders, with Serialization and Automation Solutions) allows you to further improve your manufacturing activities
  • Have hands-on experience using new production order features through Automation Solutions
  • Understand key principles of implementation, expectations & approach

Note:  Production Orders functionality is currently in limited availability.

Course dates/times:

Option 1: Thursday, May 10th (day 1) 1:00-5:00 PM  and Friday, May 11th (day 2) 8:30 AM to 12:00 PM

Course fee: $600