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QAD BPM Overview & Ralcorp Frozen Bakery Products Case Study


If you are looking to take control and improve your QAD business processes, this is a webinar you should not miss. Get an introduction to the QAD Business Process Management (BPM) solution and hear about Ralcorp's experiences as one of the QAD BPM early adopters.

QAD Business Process Management (BPM) provides a complete suite of tools that allow you to visualize, control and automate the execution of business processes in QAD Enterprise Applications.

Let Richard Day (QAD) and Chuck Macke (Ralcorp) lead you through this event and learn how QAD BPM can help you become an effective enterprise!

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Meet the Presenters

Richard Day is responsible for a number of foundation products that provide core services for QAD Enterprise Applications. Day serves as the product manager for BPM, Alerts, QXtend and Excelerator. He has been instrumental in the development of the exciting new QAD BPM capabilities. Day has been employed for more than 12 years at QAD, having served as a senior developer, architect and product manager. He has over 16 years of experience building complex business applications and has worked in a number of different industries including Freight Forwarding, Construction, Insurance and Manufacturing.

Chuck Macke is Director of IT for the Frozen Bakery Products division of Ralcorp, where he ensures its information technology strategy and execution are aligned with both division and Ralcorp strategies. Macke started in IT with the Chicago Transit Authority in 1980, and was responsible for maintaining a project management system which ran on punch cards!  He earned his MBA from University of Chicago Booth School of Business, Computer Engineering degree from University of Illinois, and CPIM certification from APICS.