QAD Assessments

Often times we find that companies are using QAD EE, QAD SE or QAD MFG/PRO, but they know they are not using the system to its fullest extent. In essence, they are not realizing the return on their QAD investment. Other companies are interested to understand which version of QAD they should use (QAD EE, QAD SE.)

Logan Consulting has developed a detailed methodology to assess the current state of a company and how well it is using QAD EE, QAD SE or QAD MFG/PRO.

Several factors are analyzed and key users throughout the company are interviewed. Upon completion of the QAD assessment Logan Consulting provides a written plan on how the use of the system can be improved. We break the report into short-term and long-term improvements so you realize the benefits quickly and easily. The assessment process is not a lengthy process and is not intended to produce a massive report that no one will ever read or use. Rather, it is intended to produce a reasonable report and list concrete improvements that will have real and tangible results.

Key features of our QAD EE, QAD SE or QAD MFG/PRO assessment services include:

Summary report providing recommendations that can be implemented

Analysis of system and business processes

Review of key business processes to enhance productivity and effectiveness

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