March 30, 2017
Challenge | Create | Connect... at the 2017 e-Quantum Client Conference

Vendor Spotlight - Send purchase orders to Navitor electronically with EDI

Navitor is e-Quantum's newest integrated Vendor. EDI integration allows the sending and receiving of documents from "system to system". This streamlined process prevents re-keying of information by both parties and highly increases efficiency. Take a look at what Navitor has to offer in the spotlight below and contact Amy at with any questions.

Please email for more information on EDI capability.

Q-Resource Library: More Files Available than Ever Before!

Do you need training on how to apply and write off an on-account amount but you just can't seem to make it to webinar trainings? Do you just need a list of steps for in-house invoicing? If you have not visited Q-Resource in a while, you are in for a treat! The support staff has been hard at work: writing, revising and reviewing new documents to help you and your staff learn the e-Quantum, Q-Net and Q-Design programs. More documents and training videos are uploaded every day. Our distributors have accessed almost 1200 files since 2016. What are you waiting for! You can visit the Q-Resource Center by logging in to e-Quantum, clicking on Help and choosing Q-Resource Library.

For further instructions click here.

e-Quantum Welcomes New Team Members

We would like to welcome Paige Koteles to our customer support team. Paige received his Associate of Science degree in Occupational Studies from the Career College of Northern Nevada. He will have his Associate of Applied Science completed in the Fall of 2017 and is currently working on his Bachelor's in Computer Science/Engineering with a Minor in Mechanical Engineering.

He comes to e-Quantum with over 10 years of customer service experience and 5 plus years of technical support and software development experience.

We know he will be an asset to the e-Quantum Customer Support Team due to his technical and customer support background.

We would like to welcome Will Soules as our new Front Desk Assistant. Will was born in California, has resided in Iowa, and now calls Nevada home.

He comes to e-Quantum with over 10 years of customer service experience. Will also works for the Nevada Museum of Art. He enjoys spending time with friends and family, hiking, and playing and watching sports.

We extend our congratulations to Will and wish him much success.

Did You Know?

Ever have trouble finding a certain report or function in e-Quantum? Do you want to ask our support team about something, but you can't quite remember the name of it? The Find feature will come to your rescue! Simply login to e-Quantum, click on Find, and type in what you need. As soon as you start typing, e-Quantum starts searching. Try out your new favorite feature today!

e-Learning Webinar Schedule

Please join us for these free, online webinars. Webinars are a great way to get the most out of your software investment and enhance your product knowledge. Webinars will run on Thursdays at 11:00am Pacific Time.

E-mail to register.

Please Note: It is imperative that you attend all webinars you register for. Space is limited and others may be excluded due to no-shows. If you are unable to attend a webinar, please e-mail to cancel.

April Fool's!

April Fool's is a fun tradition imported from Europe that goes back at least to the 16th century. But who concocted the very first April Fool's prank? The answer to that question has been lost to time. Many theories abound and the true origin of the April Fool's celebration could be any combination (or none) of the below:
  • An ancient festival of renewal: You pull your spring wardrobe out of storage... and then it snows. You wear a sweater... so the sun decides it is summer. Many cultures celebrate the chaotic nature and changes of spring. April Fool's may just be such a celebration.
  • The remnants of the Roman holiday Hilaria: Ancient Romans would don disguises and indulge in tomfoolery in late March.
  • A cancelled financial meeting in Germany: On April 1st, 1530, lawmakers cancelled a meeting due to scheduling conflicts. Speculators who had foolishly gambled on the meeting lost money and were ridiculed by their fellows.
  • A victory bash: Dutch rebels celebrating The Capture of Brielle and the humiliating defeat of the Spanish on April 1st, 1572.
  • Outdated calendars: Pope Gregory XIII introduced the Gregorian calendar in 1582 and used it to standardize the first day of the year to be January 1st. At the time many people observed the New Year between March 25th and April 1st. Those who stubbornly continued to observe it at the "wrong" time were deemed fools.