A recent Gartner survey found that 47% of respondents will be moving their ERP to the cloud in the next 5 years with 26% moving in the next 3 years. With that said, what are the benefits of moving JD Edwards to the cloud and how can it impact your business?
Here are some of the top reasons that our clients have moved their JD Edwards system to the cloud:
Organizations that use JD Edwards software have invested heavily in their applications to provide efficient and comprehensive support for their business processes. However, access to JDE is often restricted to a limited number of users within the organization. Often the JDE applications are completely unavailable to customers, suppliers and others outside the organization. Barriers of cost, licensing, connectivity, usability and availability often prohibited the wide spread access to JDE. Today JDE World customers can give secure, easy-to-use access to anyone within the organization as well as people outside the organization such as customers, suppliers and agents.
I'm in San Francisco this week attending the Oracle Open World Conference, and it's off to a phenomenal start! During Larry Ellison's opening keynote, Oracle introduced two new critical product offerings for Oracle Supply Chain Management (SCM) Cloud, including Oracle Manufacturing Cloud and Oracle Planning Central Cloud. They also announced enhancements to Oracle Order Management Cloud and other Oracle Supply Chain Management Cloud applications.
You've analyzed the performance of your application or UBE, and after working with the DBA, you've all decided that adding an index to the F0911 is the best way to speed up your slow process. You tell your developer who goes in to Table Design Aid in OMW and adds the new index. They check in the table and the CNC promotes it to Production, after which a package is built and deployed. The only thing left is to generate the new index in Production. The CNC opens OMW, goes to Table Design Aid, clicks the Table Operations tab, and clicks Generate Indexes.
Well it's Spring, finally. That means it is time to take a quick look at your system for opportunities to do some cleaning. DreamWriters and in particular Dreamwriter recursive versions are always a great place to start. Many folks forget about the need to periodically clear out their recursive versions until they start to have issues. It is good practice to purge them out at least once if not twice a year. Along with that exercise, take the time to review just 10 DreamWriters a month. Look for stale ones, if you start with older ones left over from pre A9.x days you are generally pretty safe deleting them.
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