SANTA BARBARA, Calif.–(Business Wire)–QAD Inc. (Nasdaq: QADA) (Nasdaq: QADB), a leading provider of flexible, cloud-based enterprise software and services for global manufacturing companies, announced that Automotive Director Terry Onica has been included in Supply & Demand Chain Executive magazine’s inaugural Women in Supply Chain Award.
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“I am proud to be included in Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s first listing of the top women in the supply chain,” said Onica. “The current business climate has forced companies to react and adapt quickly and nowhere can these changes be felt more than in their supply chains. Manufacturers, including QAD customers, have had to pivot to find new suppliers, new markets and, in some cases, new ways of doing business. Supply chain professionals have their hands full, but the winners of this award, and the industry as a whole, have risen to the challenge.”
The Women in Supply Chain award honors female supply chain leaders and executives whose accomplishments, mentorship and examples set a foundation for women in all levels of a company’s supply chain network. Supply & Demand Chain Executive, the only magazine in the supply chain industry covering the entire global supply chain that focuses on ROI, professional development and change management, announced the new award as part of its 20-Year Anniversary celebration.
“We received over 200 entries for this new award, entries submitted from a combination of men and women. This proves that our industry needed an award like this, especially in conjunction with Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 20-year anniversary,” said Marina Mayer, editor-in-chief of Supply & Demand Chain Executive and Food Logistics. “According to Gartner’s 2020 Women in Supply Chain Survey, 17% of chief supply chain officers are now women – a 6% increase compared to 2019. It’s a great time to be a part of the supply chain industry. So, congratulations to these top female leaders. I look forward to seeing what else you do to grow the supply chain industry.”
Onica has global responsibility for the automotive vertical at QAD. She has won many automotive industry awards including Crain’s Detroit Women in Technology and the Stevie Bronze Award for Women in Technology. She publishes articles for industry trade publications and speaks around the world on supply chain topics. After earning her certificate from AIAG/Wayne State in Purchasing and Supply Chain she became an instructor in that program and a third-year mentor helping first-generation students and their families.
Most recently, Onica received recognition for the Operational Restart Checklist for the Automotive Supply Chain, which she wrote with Quistem’s Cathy Fisher. The checklist was featured in Industry Week, Autobeat Daily and Automotive News and in an on-demand webinar provided by Automotive Industry Action Group (AIAG). Onica and Fisher also gave a series of global webinars discussing the checklist that have been attended by more than 2,000 people to date.
The full list of Supply & Demand Chain Executive’s 2020 Women in Supply Chain winners can be found on the magazine’s website at www.sdcexec.com.The 2020 Women in Supply Chain award will appear in SDCE’s September issue.
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About QAD – Enabling the Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprise
QAD Inc. is a leading provider of adaptive, cloud-based enterprise software and services for global manufacturing companies. Global manufacturers face ever-increasing disruption caused by technology-driven innovation and changing consumer preferences. 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.
Founded in 1979 and headquartered in Santa Barbara, California, QAD has 29 offices globally. Over 2,000 manufacturing companies have deployed QAD solutions including enterprise resource planning (ERP), demand and supply chain planning (DSCP), global trade and transportation execution (GTTE) and quality management system (QMS) to become an Adaptive Manufacturing Enterprise. To learn more, visit www.qad.com or call +1 805-566-6100. Find us on Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest.
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