Juggle Customer Schedules Like a Champ



Whether you are deeply enmeshed in juggling scheduled shipments or just considering the move from discrete orders to customer schedules, you know one thing: keeping on top of your customer scheduled orders is an all-important part of your supply chain and production process. It is vital for the happiness of your customer!

We’ll show you, through three company case studies, the hands-down simplest, easiest, and most cost-efficient way to maintain and manage shipment schedules sent by your customers. Find out how to achieve greater visibility of current and historic customer orders, track and de-activate schedules for discontinued items, and pinpoint—and promptly react to—changes in customer demand!

Whether you process orders electronically through EDI, Qxtend, or QAD Supplier Portal or process them manually into QAD, you’ll want to join us and Bob Bailey, Business Analyst from Carlex to find out how you can manage, maintain and analyze your customer schedules like a champ!

        Customer Schedule Maintenance Made Easy

Questions from the webinar

How can you tell that you haven’t previously received an item?
Can you show on the spreadsheet the Prior CUM Required and Prior CUM Shipped columns?
Can you also download planning and required schedules with this Data Loader?
Does Bob’s company use CUM based or REQ based orders with the non-EDI customers?
What is the difference between the Import and Download buttons?
Regarding CUM Ordered, why is that not an editable field?
Making sure I understand active/inactive – entering an End Date that is earlier than today will set a line to Inactive, but zeroing out the quantities does not set it to Inactive, is that correct? And, if a new release comes in from that customer, that line should not reappear if there are no new required quantities coming in, correct?
How does Bob load the prior CUM from his customers?
With non-EDI orders, you often have to adjust the CUM Ordered because the customer does not give you their receipts. Can this field be editable?
For the data downloaded from QAD, what or where is the field “Cumulative” set?
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