Learn how to leverage QAD BPM to document, automate and monitor the execution of your QAD Enterprise Application based business processes. + more info
Option 1: 1:30-4:30 PM on Tuesday, May 7th and Wednesday, May 8th Option 2: 1:30-4:30 PM on Thursday, May 9th, and 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM on Friday, May 10th
Learn how to leverage QAD BPM to document, automate and monitor the execution of your QAD Enterprise Application based business processes.
QAD provides a set of templates that define common processes within the QAD Enterprise Application suite. These process templates, which include default tasks, task assignment and process ownership, can be easily tailored to meet your specific requirements.
QAD BPM provides a suite of tools to help develop, manage and monitor business processes:
Process Modeler: Business Analysts use to create, update and simulate business processes
BPM Studio: Process implementers use to implement process models created by the analysts
QAD BPM Server: Controls process automation and collects process metrics
QAD .Net UI: Integrated task list, process list and metrics to facilitate automation and management
During this course participants will gain hands-on experience with QAD BPM including:
the end user experience of QAD BPM in the QAD .Net UI
building, deploying and testing changes to existing business processes
managing task responsibility/ownership
including process execution/validation logic
using business rules in a business process
understanding informal Review/Approval tasks
review of QAD Standard Templates
By the end of class you will be able to identify where QAD BPM capabilities can be used in your organization and build a business case for QAD BPM.
Business Analysts and Developers with an interest in BPM
QAD’s Planning and Scheduling Workbenches provide simultaneous visibility to plans, schedules and all supporting data, enabling control and collaboration... + more info
Option 1: 1:30-5:30 PM on Tuesday, May 7th and Wednesday, May 8th Option 2: 1:30-6:00 PM on Thursday, May 9th, and 8:30 AM - 12:00 PM on Friday, May 10th
QAD’s Planning and Scheduling Workbenches provide simultaneous visibility to plans, schedules and all supporting data, enabling control and collaboration across the production and materials planning space.
The solution includes three key aspects:
Master Scheduling Workbench (MSW) – enables creation of a master schedule in an effective and efficient way by assembling all critical information into a single decision point to make informed decisions. Master schedule focus is typically one week to several weeks or months out.
Production Scheduling Workbench (PSW) – enables creation of a production schedule in an effective and efficient way by providing functions such as production sequencing through drag and drop, release/printing/splitting orders from a single access point. Production schedule focus is typically a couple of days to a couple of weeks out.
Component Availability Check (CAC) – integrated within the workbenches is visibility to material availability for the master and/or production schedule you created.
During this course participants will gain hands-on experience of the MSW and PSW and develop an understanding of how your planner and scheduler can leverage these workbenches while interacting with the plan and schedule interactively during the day having all the required decision factors at their finger tips.
Supply chain personnel with a focus on production planning and scheduling