Bill Keese, QADManufacturing software vendor QAD has introduced Sage Miguel 1, the latest phase of its cloud-based Channel Islands architecture. The company said it focused on enhancements to sales, services, requisitions and purchasing.

“We have updated product structures, QAD Supplier Portal, browses, reports and other base functions including items and domains,” Bill Keese, SVP of research and development, said in a prepared statement. With the San Miguel 1 release, the QAD Enterprise Platform incorporates extension capabilities that enable more personalization and extension possibilities designed to allow customers and partners to build new apps via Channel Islands microservices. Channel Islands now supports requisitions, purchasing, sales order processing, service orders, material returns and service activity reporting, product structures browses, reports, actionable insights, mobile approvals and process maps. A new version of the QAD Supplier Portal now runs on the Channel Islands architecture.

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