Tag Archive

Posts Tagged "mrp"

CoorsTek Gains Measurable Efficiency, Accuracy, and Consistency

CoorsTek is a global engineering ceramic leader with manufacturing, sales, and research facilities worldwide. They run four versions of QAD across the 20 sites that use QAD around the world. Bob Sendek, IT Director of the Global ERP, Manufacturing Execution, and Supply Chain Portfolio at CoorsTek, explained why they were looking for a solution to […]

Continue Reading

More Easily Control Your Distribution Orders

Does your company have multiple distribution centers? Do you struggle with the efficient management of distribution orders? If so, you’ll want to watch this webinar demonstrating our new Distribution Order (DO) Workbench Data Loader. This powerful tool helps you manage distribution orders to multiple manufacturing facilities more efficiently, bring balance to supply and demand, and […]

Continue Reading

Transaction Dates in QAD

Don Lindsey Keeping transaction dates accurate in QAD is critical to the operation of your ERP System. Dates play an enormous role in ensuring on-time delivery of material from suppliers, a smooth-running production schedule, and a timely delivery of your product to your customer. Dates are also instrumental in keeping your system SOX compliant and […]

Continue Reading


MRP has been the default planning tool for the last 50 years. Now, Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is on the scene. What is it? How does it differ from MRP? And how can it help you get better control of your processes? Don Lindsey compares MRP & DDMRP in this presentation given at the […]

Continue Reading

MRP vs. DDMRP: Controlling Your Supply Chain

Presented by Don Lindsey at Fall 2019 MWUG Conference. MRP has been the default planning tool for QAD and most ERP systems for more than 50 years. The new Demand Driven Material Requirements Planning (DDMRP) is getting lots of buzz these days. What is it? How can it help you better respond to the variations […]

Continue Reading

Safety Stock—Your Guard Against Uncertainty

The Safety Stock Calculation Formula by Don Lindsey Determining the most efficient inventory levels is one of the most important components of your company’s operations. Safety stock describes a level of extra inventory that your company maintains to mitigate the risk of stockouts or shortfalls in the raw materials due to uncertainties in the supply […]

Continue Reading