QAD Training at MWUG this March – QAD Foundational Training
Posted on: December 30, 2016 | By: Craig Thompson | QAD Practice News
Want to better understand the fundamental ERP concepts related to manufacturing, how these concepts relate to ERP, and specifically how they are handled within QAD Enterprise Application? If so, you may want to consider a unique training event Logan Consulting is hosting immediately after the Midwest User Group (MWUG) conference this Spring, in Dearborn (MI) on March 21st and 22nd.
The training event will first focus at the process level (e.g. Demand Planning) to ensure all participants understand standard practices. The training will then drill into detailed concepts and the tools available in ERP / QAD to support the process. Specific process areas covered are.
· Demand Planning
· Production Execution
· Financial Impacts
· Variance Analysis
· Business and Manufacturing Framework
· Material Production and Planning
· Item and Master Data Setup
· Item Costing
Where & When: The event starts on Tuesday (3/210 at 1:00 pm EST at the Henry Hotel in Dearborn (MI), immediately following the MWUG closing ceremony and lunch.
Training Investment: The price for 1 attendee is $350.00, 2 for $500.00, and each additional attendee for $250.00.
Included: This is an all-inclusive training event in the sense that all you need to do is show up. The trainer, training room, AV equipment, handouts, meals, beverages and snacks will all be included. On the afternoon of Tuesday the 21st there will be snacks and refreshments available throughout the session. On Wednesday the 22nd snacks and refreshments available throughout the session as well as a continental breakfast and lunch.
Class will be limited to 25 attendees—–sold out 1 month before the event in 2016.
Look forward to seeing you this spring!
For more information on the event, please send an email to: Training@logan-consulting.com or contact Craig Thompson at 312-345-8809.
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