QBuild | Engineering and Dynamics 365 Integration: QSuite by QBuild Software

12:00 - 12:30 Lunar Back to event schedule

Help your manufacturing clients achieve engineering and manufacturing excellency in Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central! In today’s modern manufacturing environment, one of the key requirements of success is how engineering and manufacturing systems are integrated with D365. In this session, QBuild Software, a global engineering integration provider, will introduce you to QSuite, a suite of engineering solutions including CADLink, ECx Manager, and NestLink. CADLink connects engineers’ CAD, PDM, and PLM with D365 allowing designers to create and update product master and BOM data inside D365. ECx Manager lets the company manage the engineering change approval process from change requests all the way to change notifications in one simple, connected web interface. NestLink is a powerful automation tool for companies who nest and cut flat parts as it synchronizes production order and inventory data between nesting software and D365. Come learn how QSuite will help your clients in a wide variety of industries from discrete manufacturing to construction, save time and improve data accuracy by integrating their engineering and manufacturing systems with D365!


Naoki Tokuhashi

APAC Regional Director, QBuild Software

Naoki is an expert in CAD, PDM, PLM, and Nesting - ERP integration with over 10 years of sales and consulting experience at QBuild Software. QBuild Software is #1 Engineering - ERP integrator with offices around the world helping manufacturers achieve engineering and manufacturing excellency. Naoki is the APAC regional director based in the QBuild’s APAC headquarters in Japan. He has helped discrete manufacturing companies across the globe bridge the gap between engineering and ERP, saving engineering time and improving manufacturing accuracy in ERP systems including Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central. His background is in mechanical engineering from the University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. His technical background allows him to speak the language of engineers which is essential in understanding challenges engineers face in the modern manufacturing environment.