QAD Inc. (Nasdaq: QADA) (Nasdaq: QADB), a leading provider of adaptive, cloud-based enterprise software and services for global manufacturing companies, today announced it has signed a system integrator agreement with Infosys. Infosys is a leader in next-generation digital services and consulting, and will provide functional consulting and implementation for QAD customers globally.
“Being able to partner with a globally respected company like Infosys will make our partner ecosystem even stronger,” said QAD Senior Vice President, Consulting and Transformation Services Robin Riordan. “Their level of expertise and experience working with manufacturing companies will benefit our customers as they navigate a business climate being disrupted by a wide range of factors. Their experience in our core vertical industries will make them a valuable partner as we grow our cloud footprint. I’m proud to welcome Infosys to the QAD ecosystem.”
“Today, a robust cloud infrastructure is imperative for enterprises across industries,” said Infosys EVP and Global Head, Enterprise Application Services Dinesh Rao. “QAD’s market-leading, adaptive, cloud-based enterprise software blends seamlessly with Infosys’ proven digital services and system integration expertise. I believe that this partnership and our deep manufacturing expertise will further our ability to co-create and implement breakthrough solutions to help manufacturers pursue leaner and more responsive operations.”
QAD partners expand the QAD ecosystem and strengthen its strategic position in the industries that it serves. QAD and its partners continuously evolve, broadening QAD’s expertise and footprint to meet the diverse needs of customers around the world. The QAD Global Partner Network includes over 100 partners including technology, software, channel and consulting partners.
Infosys is a global leader in next-generation digital services and consulting. We enable clients in 46 countries to navigate their digital transformation. With nearly four decades of experience in managing the systems and workings of global enterprises, we expertly steer our clients through their digital journey. We do it by enabling the enterprise with an AI-powered core that helps prioritize the execution of change. We also empower the business with agile digital at scale to deliver unprecedented levels of performance and customer delight. Our always-on learning agenda drives their continuous improvement through building and transferring digital skills, expertise, and ideas from our innovation ecosystem.
Visit www.infosys.com to see how Infosys (NYSE: INFY) can help your enterprise navigate your next.
About QAD – Enabling the Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprise
QAD Inc. is a leading provider of adaptive, cloud-based enterprise software and services for global manufacturing companies. Global manufacturers face ever-increasing disruption caused by technology-driven innovation and changing consumer preferences. In order to survive and thrive, manufacturers must be able to innovate and change business models at unprecedented rates of speed. QAD calls these companies Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprises. QAD solutions help customers in the automotive, life sciences, consumer products, food and beverage, high tech and industrial manufacturing industries rapidly adapt to change and innovate for competitive advantage.
Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, QAD has 29 offices globally. Over 2,000 manufacturing companies have deployed QAD solutions including enterprise resource planning (ERP), demand and supply chain planning (DSCP), global trade and transportation execution (GTTE) and quality management system (QMS) to become an Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprise. To learn more, visit www.qad.com or call +1 805-566-6100. Find us on Twitter,LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
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