Here’s an interesting interview with Lyle Ekdahl, group vice president and general manager for Oracle’s JD Edwards.
Profit: What’s special about the latest JD Edwards release?
Ekdahl: The current release has more than 20 patents pending on the work that we’ve done. We provided a whole new user interaction paradigm for our customers by leveraging Oracle technologies with rich user experiences, and applying them to our JD Edwards products. This gave users a very robust, engaging environment. We also added features to improve productivity, such as carousel-based navigation and type-ahead search. Then, we offered users the ability to personalize the look and feel for their own applications.
You can read the rest of the interview here.
Extending its commitment to helping customers achieve operational excellence, Oracle today announced Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne One View Reporting. Read more…
In order to meet the needs of an increasingly mobile workforce, Oracle has launched three new mobile applications for Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, enabling busy professionals to perform critical tasks and decision-making on the go. Read more…
New Apps Are Designed to Improve Productivity for the Mobile Workforce
ORACLE’S JD EDWARDS SUMMIT 2012 – Broomfield, Colo. – January 31, 2012
New Release Includes Updated User Interface, Advanced Reporting Functionality and Improved IT Administrator Functionality Read more…
Oracle has recently posted the Fusion prices on their websites. If you’re interested in reviewing them, click the link below:
Here are several articles that analyze this event. Chris Kanaracus posted his analysis here:
Upgrade Value Proposition Tool is Now Available [ID 1310896.1]
Every release of Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is accompanied by Upgrade Value Proposition documents. These are useful, but quite lengthy documents that describe all the enhancements of the software for the new release. The last document that came out for release 9.0 is 87 pages long. It makes it hard to find useful information. Read more…
Oracle has recently announced the end of premiere support for JDE EnterpriseOne 8.12 and 8.11. You can find the appropriate links below:
End of 8.12 support
End of 8.11 support
It’s been a long time coming since its 2005 announcement, but here comes Fusion, scheduled for GA in the first quarter of 2011. Read more…
Seamless Integration Lowers Transportation Costs, Reduces Operational Inefficiencies and Drives Higher Service Levels
Redwood Shores, Calif. – June 28, 2010