QAD, a leading provider of flexile, cloud-based enterprise software and services for global manufacturing companies, announced last week that it has signed a partnership with leading Source-to-Pay (S2P) solution provider, Basware, in order to provide QAD customers with access to the world’s largest electronic invoicing (e-voicing) open network.
“This strategic partnership with Basware will allow QAD to provide its customers with access to a best-of-breed solution to exchange electronic invoices with their customers and suppliers,” said QAD Chief of Global Field Operations, Anton Chilton.
Headquartered in Finland, Basware brings 32 years of e-invoicing experience to the partnership. The Basware solution features high levels of automation in electronic invoice processing and is tightly integrated with QAD Cloud ERP.
“I am very excited about the value our customers will receive combining Basware’s over 30 years of experience in electronic invoicing and QAD’s expertise in system integration. An increasing number of companies globally are implementing e-invoicing initiatives and regulations. We view the rise of e-invoicing as an opportunity for global manufacturers to achieve higher levels of automation and an opportunity for QAD to help our customers with their journey toward the Effective Enterprise,” Chilton adds.
QAD works with its partners to better service companies across the globe. QAD partners provide depth and reach, strategically extending QAD’s capabilities, functional expertise and global presence.
According to the company, the QAD Global Partner Network includes over 100 partners including hardware platform manufacturers, operating system vendors, software and database developers, solution resellers, system integrators and service organizations.
“We are equally excited about this strategic partnership and see that QAD is showing the way to the ERP industry by embedding Basware Network as an integral part of their offering. We are confident that e-invoicing will provide significant efficiencies and advantages to QAD’s vast global customer base,” said Mikko Pilkama, senior vice president of Basware Network and Financing Services. “QAD customers can enjoy a totally seamless integration of their ERP system and Basware Network service using the latest state of the art REST API technology, get access to over a million companies across 100+ countries, and link themselves with more than 250 interoperability partners across the globe.”
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