32 Soft Presents at Fall User Groups

Don’t miss these learning opportunities at the the Fall Midwest User Group or West Coast User Group conferences.

MWUG Fall 2018
Sep 16-18, 2018 Cleveland, OH

Understanding Production Capacity in QAD
Monday, Sep 17, 4:00 pm
Presented by Don Lindsey
Don will guide your understanding of capacity planning from its interaction with SIOP through production planning at the family or group level, to the use of rough cut capacity planning at the Master Scheduling level, and more.
 

Contact us if you would like to receive a copy of the PowerPoint presentation or need a better Understanding of Capacity, MRP or QAD functionality.

 

Pain-Free from Launch to End-of-Life: Managing the Product Life Cycle
Tuesday, Sep 18, 8:30 am
Presented by Lance McKeown, TS Tech USA and Nancy McCrimmon, 32 Soft
Lance McKeown, TS Tech USA, knows the amount of work that goes into a new product launch — the planning parameters for ramp-up, full production and eventually, product end-of-life. Lance will join Nancy McCrimmon to show how 32 Soft technology took the pain out of new product launches and made quick work of managing changes throughout the product’s lifecycle.

 

WECUG Fall 2018
Oct 22-23, 2018 Santa Barbara, CA

MRP as a Planning Tool in QAD
Presented by Don Lindsey
Don Lindsey will introduce the MRP concepts of netting logic and the elements required to run MRP: inventory, product structure, and item planning data. He’ll cover independent vs. dependent demand, MRP prerequisites, MRP calculations, MRP order types, and more—and demonstrate how these concepts relate to QAD planning data elements.

 

QAD Tools for the Lean & Nimble Enterprise
Presented by Judy Gardner, Walbro and Alex Kim, 32 Soft
Find out how Walbro has eliminated bottle-necks, saved hundreds of man-hours, and increased profitability while equipping their staff with the ability to quickly react to customer needs. Using the right tools for QAD, they shattered the pain chain in the areas of master data maintenance, inventory control, production and planning, supply chain management, and compliance.