Case Study: How CoorsTek Upped their SO Data Management
CoorsTek had many customers who gave them purchase orders for the year, so, in addition to the large volume, many of the purchase orders could be 500 lines or more. They were looking for a solution that would give them more control and accuracy with data entry into QAD and allow them to easily update changing due dates. They also wanted to find a more streamlined way to link purchase orders with sales orders and promote better communication between facilities and departments. Bob Sendek and Cindy Kong from CoorsTek joined us for this webinar to demonstrate how they improved their Sales Order process with 32 Soft’s Multiple SO Data Loader. Find out how they …

  • decreased PO/SO coordination time by 60%
  • decreased yearly SO data entry time from 40 hours to 6 hours
  • decreased due date change time by 80%
  • standardized processes across the globe
  • increased their data accuracy

Questions from the webinar

Is Qxtend used to load the data to QAD?
Are these discrete or scheduled orders?
How are sales orders sent to CoorsTek from customers?
Are the paper sales orders keyed into the Excel spreadsheet manually?