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  • Release Notes for Release 3.0
    QAD Mobile Version: 3.0
    Release Date: September 2009
    QAD ERP Compatibility: MFG/PRO eB2.1 Service Pack 4, QAD 2007, QAD 2007.1, QAD 2008 Standard, 2008.1 Standard, 2009 Standard, 2009 Enterprise, and 2009.1 Enterprise
    QXtend Compatibility: 1.6.1 or later
    Languages: English, French, Castilian Spanish, Latin American Spanish, German, Dutch, Italian, Polish, Portuguese, Simplified Chinese, Traditional Chinese, Japanese
    This release includes the following enhancements:
    The ODBC requirement has been removed. Synchronization is now achieved using QAD QXtend Inbound/QAD QXtend Outbound APIs via Progress AppServers.
    Improved enterprise scalability and performance.
    Support for Windows Mobile 6.1 and 6.5.
    The QAD MFS client now checks for updates on the server with each sync if a new version is available.
    Visits now can be created on the MFS client for calls that have no existing visit for the engineer, or when an existing visit is being closed and reported against.
    Call reports now display currency information when reporting expenses.
    All parts orders for a call are now displayed on any engineer’s device, not just the orders created for that engineer.
    When repairable items are consumed during call activity, a return is now created automatically for the same item.
    When returning parts order lines, pending statuses are now available to use.
    A Completion tab has been added to Call Activity, which allows an engineer to retain the call report on the PDA device for multiple-day visits. An engineer can also change the call status when work is completed, and enter comments about the service performed on the FSR that is generated.
    New enhanced FSR templates have been created, which contain more information about the parts that are consumed or returned, as well as labor and expenses incurred. In addition, FSR templates in multiple languages are now available.
    Parts orders now have more information: due date, required by time, shipping remarks, and address. This enhancement allows more information to flow between engineers and logistics.