Transitioning from QAD EE to AUX
Posted on: March 29, 2023 | By: Emily Aro | QAD Business Process, QAD Distribution, QAD Practice News, QAD Manufacturing
Transitioning from QAD Enterprise Edition (EE) to QAD Adaptive User Experience (AUX) can seem like a daunting task. However, it is a worthwhile investment in your business’s future. In this blog, we will cover some insights and tips to make the transition from QAD EE to QAD Adaptive UX as smooth and successful as possible.
QAD AUX Overview
Firstly, it’s essential to understand that QAD Adaptive UX is a cloud-based solution that is designed to provide a modern user experience. It offers a range of features and capabilities that are not available in QAD EE. These features include role-based access control, multi-factor authentication, and enhanced data visualization. Additionally, AUX offers more options for exporting and importing data, screen customization, centralized activity, and a unified look to screens that previously felt like two separate products. These features are designed to improve productivity, increase efficiency, offer a flexible interface, and enhance the overall user experience.
To start the transition process, you should first identify your organization’s specific requirements and goals for the new system. This includes defining your business processes, data requirements, and user roles. By understanding your specific needs, you can ensure that the new system is configured to meet your unique requirements.
Once you have identified your requirements, it’s time to plan the transition. This involves identifying the data that needs to be migrated, creating a project plan, and setting a timeline for the transition. It’s important to involve all stakeholders in this planning process to ensure that everyone is aligned with the project goals and timeline.
One of the critical factors in the success of the transition is training. QAD Adaptive UX is a new system with a different user interface and functionality than QAD EE. There is a learning curve when accessing known programs in QAD EE as program names have changed. QAD AUX does provide a resource mapping program which helps users find the AUX equivalent program that they used in QAD EE. Further, it is essential to train your users to ensure that they understand the new system’s features and capabilities. During the transition process, having a support team is helpful to address any roadblocks that may arise.
Finally, it is important to understand that the transition to QAD Adaptive UX is not a one-time event. It is an ongoing process of continuous improvement and optimization. As your business needs change, the system will need to evolve to meet those needs.
In conclusion, transitioning from QAD EE to QAD Adaptive UX is a significant investment in your business’s future. With the right planning, training, and support, the transition can be a smooth and successful process.
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