PwC Canada and DynaSys, a division of QAD – one of the leading providers of collaborative Demand and Supply Chain Planning (DSCP) solutions –, are proud to announce that they have entered into a strategic alliance that makes PwC the North American integrator of DynaSys supply chain management solutions.

“PwC is known as one of the world’s leading providers of Consulting Services. By joining forces with DynaSys, PwC will help clients improve their supply chain planning and optimization processes and overcome the related challenges,” explained Sébastien Doyon, Partner in PwC Canada’s Consulting Services. 

“DynaSys and PwC both seek to offer their clients high-value-added, flexible solutions for managing and optimizing their supply chains,” added Ariel Weil, General Manager at DynaSys. “Current and future users of our software in North America can now count on the know-how of recognized professionals from a leading firm like PwC, as well as easy access to best practices. This alliance will help us accelerate our growth in the North American market.”

PwC’s teams specialized in supply chain management are well aware of the quality of DynaSys solutions and the value they add. “Over the last five years, we have implemented integrated and collaborative DynaSys solutions at medium-sized companies and large corporations in North America as well as in the pharmaceutical, life sciences, food and beverage, automotive, retail and specialized distribution sectors,” said Yanick Thibault, Managing Director in PwC Canada’s Consulting Services.

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About DynaSys – Effective Enterprise Demand and Supply Chain Planning
DynaSys, a division of QAD Inc., (NASDAQ: QADA) (NASDAQ: QADB), provides Demand and Supply Chain Planning solutions. With 30 years of experience, DynaSys provides an integrated and collaborative planning solution that allows businesses to optimize their supply chains, including sales and operations planning, demand planning, network and inventory and business resources optimizations. DynaSys software enables customers and partners in the food and beverage, consumer packaged goods, life sciences, apparel, luxury, high tech, automotive, distribution and retail verticals to meet their goals of better managing Demand and Supply Chain Planning, and becoming more Effective Enterprises.

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