The State of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, 2019 Guide
For a very long time, enterprise software was hard to use, hard to look at, and even harder to understand. Green screens and clunky interfaces were the norm. But the software world has changed. Enterprise users are demanding that their software be intuitive, functional, and even pleasing to look at. Oracle understands this and has transformed their JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software to meet the demands of an evolving marketplace.
What you will learn in this guide
ERP systems are a big investment, but the right ERP can lower your total cost of ownership (TCO) and raise your return on investment (ROI). How can JD Edwards be compared to other ERP solutions like SAP ERP and Microsoft Dynamics AX?
Compared to JD Edwards 9.1, the 9.2 user interface features a simpler and cleaner look, as well as easy drag-and-drop adjustment to design customized navigation. Users can modify their view of grid information and choose where to place their favorite reports and applications. Menu breadcrumbs allow quick access to applications that have recently been run.
JD Edwards expanded its industry-specific functionality. Version 9.2 for instance includes an IoT Orchestrator, easy to use One View Reporting, drag & drop technology to design and create pages with a clickable process flow, and User Defined Objects.
The complete story
To read more about the newest version of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne you can download this guide. You will learn more on how to take advantage of Mobile, IoT and Cloud and how to upgrade to JD Edwards 9.2.