SANTA BARBARA, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--DynaSys, a leading provider of demand and supply chain planning solutions, today announced that it is a sponsor of the Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2017 to be held May 23-25 in Phoenix, AZ. DynaSys will demonstrate its DynaSys DSCP (demand and supply chain planning) suite at booth #704. DynaSys is a division of QAD Inc. (Nasdaq:QADA) (Nasdaq:QADB).
The theme of this year’s conference is ACT: Aspire, Challenge, and Transform in a Disruptive World. The agenda features comprehensive tracks and sessions covering supply chain leadership, innovation, planning and more.
“Based on our Single Click Collaborative® technology, DynaSys DSCP provides global companies with a comprehensive and integrated cloud based solution for Demand and Supply Chain Planning,” said DynaSys President Ariel Weil. “We look forward to demonstrating the power and effectiveness of DynaSys DSCP at Gartner’s gathering of the world’s leading supply chain executives.”
DynaSys DSCP, available on premise or in the cloud as DynaSys Cloud DSCP, simplifies demand and supply chain planning while empowering users with tools that deliver accurate and dynamic real-time simulations. The collaborative and integrated decision-making software includes demand planning, production planning, procurement planning, distribution planning, network and inventory planning, and sales and operations planning (S&OP) to help customers quickly respond to changes in the global marketplace. DynaSys DSCP includes in-memory processing to increase the speed of simulations and forecasting, and Single Click Collaborative® technology to enable all plan and forecast stakeholders to collaborate effectively.
About Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2017
Gartner Supply Chain Executive Conference 2017 is the world’s most important gathering of supply chain leaders. Disruptions large and small confront today’s supply chains on a daily basis. At this year’s conference, chief supply chain officers and their leadership teams focus how to recognize the impacts of disruptions and create transformational strategies that empower the organization to exceed performance expectations
About DynaSys – Effective Enterprise Demand and Supply Chain Planning
DynaSys, a division of QAD Inc., provides Demand and Supply Chain Planning solutions. With 30 years of experience, DynaSys provides an integrated and collaborative planning solution that allows businesses to optimize their supply chains. The DynaSys suite includes sales and operations planning, demand planning and network, inventory and business resources. DynaSys software enables customers and partners in the consumer goods, life sciences, food and beverage, high tech, automotive, distribution and wholesale verticals to meet their goals of better managing Demand and Supply Chain Planning, and becoming more Effective Enterprises.
About QAD – The Effective Enterprise
QAD Inc. (Nasdaq:QADA) (Nasdaq:QADB) is a leading provider of enterprise software and services designed for global manufacturing companies. For more than 35 years, QAD has provided global manufacturing companies with QAD Enterprise Applications, an enterprise resource planning (ERP) system that supports operational requirements, including financials, manufacturing, demand and supply chain planning, customer management, business intelligence and business process management. QAD Enterprise Applications is offered in flexible deployment models in the cloud, on-premise or in a blended environment. With QAD, customers and partners in the automotive, consumer products, food and beverage, high technology, industrial products and life sciences industries can better align daily operations with their strategic goals to meet their vision of becoming more Effective Enterprises.
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