QAD Precision Software Upgrade Enhances Supply Chain Visibility and Connectivity

QAD Precision | November 30, 2021

QAD Precision Software Upgrade Enhances Supply Chain Visibility and Connectivity
QAD Precision, an industry-leading provider of global trade management and transportation execution software, has announced the newest release of its Global Trade and Transportation Execution (GTTE) solution, with capabilities to simplify and enhance global import and export processes. The upgrades will improve visibility and connectivity of operations throughout the supply chain. QAD Precision is a division of QAD Inc.

QAD Precision GTTE now provides support for enterprises to proactively manage supply chains with 360-degree visibility and alerts into the status of both imports and exports, including:

  • Import admissibility alerts
  • Real-time insights into the status of post-dock shipments
  • Real-time trade compliance analytics
  • Supplier management and collaboration
  • Commodity code update management
QAD Precision delivers a Foreign-Trade Zone (FTZ) solution. By leveraging the U.S. Foreign-Trade Zone program, manufacturers and distributors can successfully establish and manage foreign-trade zones and bonded warehousing operations to lower importing costs, enhance inventory control and improve supply chain flexibility. QAD Precision FTZ ensures compliance with the complex FTZ regulations regarding inventory control while streamlining processes, thus lowering FTZ administration costs.

To thrive in an increasingly disruptive world, multinational enterprises need visibility and connectivity across their entire supply chain. They need to connect with suppliers, customers, partners, regulatory bodies and carriers for real-time collaboration and data-driven insights. QAD Precision GTTE empowers organizations to be flexible and responsive to today’s challenges — and, more importantly, tomorrow’s.

Corey Rhodes QAD Precision President 

In addition to FTZ, the new release also includes enhancements to QAD Precision Import Management, Export Management and Transportation Execution. This includes integrations with key customs brokers for the electronic filing of product classification and import entry data.

With QAD Precision GTTE, shippers can prepare for changes to U.K. import and export regulations. The solution offers connectivity to HM Revenue & Customs’ new Customs Declaration Service, which is due to become operational in March 2023.

Furthermore, U.S. shippers can now access an expanded network of less-than-truckload (LTL) carriers in the U.S. The solution’s automated routing guide will evaluate different shipment modes and make recommendations regarding the most cost-effective carrier to meet the delivery requirements.

“No matter where a company is on the path to digitizing and maturing their global trade and logistics operations, QAD Precision can help,” added Rhodes. “We welcome the opportunity to discuss how our end-to-end solution can help you extend your reach by leveraging our global network of carriers, connect to supply chain partners, remove complexities, thereby unlocking value and decreasing cost.”

About QAD Precision – Trusted Global Trade and Transportation Execution
QAD Precision, a division of QAD Inc., provides industry-leading global trade compliance, and multi-carrier transportation execution solutions from a single, integrated platform. An ISO-certified company, QAD Precision assists companies to streamline their import, export and transportation operations, optimize deliveries, and increase logistics ROI. QAD Precision’s scalable and extensible solution easily integrates with existing ERP and WMS solutions. Industry leaders in every region of the world rely on QAD Precision’s global support centers to leverage thousands of carrier services and manage millions of global trade and shipping transactions every day. For more information about QAD Precision, visit

About QAD – Enabling the Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprise
QAD Inc. is a leading provider of next-generation manufacturing and supply chain solutions in the cloud. 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.


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