Deloitte & Touche Teams to Provide Enterprise Software Solution

Hewlett Packard, Deloitte & Touche and QAD announced they have formed an international beverage focus team to help beverage manufacturers and distributors answer their industry-specific enterprise software needs in the areas of e-business, food safety compliance, manufacturing agility and brand management.

The team is offering beverage companies a joint solution that provides tight integration of QAD applications and other best-in-class beverage software with HP servers and consulting services from Deloitte & Touche.

Rick O'Connor, a managing director of Deloitte & Touche Management Solutions & Services, said: "QAD has proven to be a strong choice in the marketplace that has distinguished itself with deep beverage-industry knowledge and rapid results.
By joining technology from QAD and HP with the experience of our own consultants, we can help beverage manufacturers enjoy unparalleled success."

Deloitte & Touche, like QAD, is focused on the beverage manufacturing industry and has made significant investments in QAD-specific tool-sets to deliver consistent implementations and rapid results.

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