Santa Barbara software company QAD released its newest product in its demand and supply chain planning suite July 13.
“This latest version features many improvements and extended capabilities that make QAD DSCP more comprehensive and even easier to use,” Luc Janssen, vice president of research and development for manufacturing and supply chain solutions, said in a news release.
Among the new features were an updated layout and a display that can resize to fit different devises, as well as functional improvements and pre-configured settings, Janssen said.
It also includes interactive elements, external website capability, real-time simulation planning, analytics offerings and a Chinese language setting, according to the news release.
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