August 25 - August 27, 2020

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Sheraton Downtown Denver
Denver, Colorado

Education at INFOCUS 19

Learn from 250+ deep-dive education sessions, interact directly with the JD Edwards Product and Strategy Teams, find practical solutions to today’s business technology challenges and learn how to best leverage your JD Edwards investment.


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ALM/ELM

Sessions cover capital asset management, rental management, resource assignments, equipment cost analysis and more.

Development

Attendees will learn how to design and define application objects, enable applications to serve various locations and language while sharing the same data, define end-to-end processes in a user-friendly, graphical design environment and more.

Financials

Presenters will dive into accounts payable, accounts receivable, advanced cost accounting, expense management, fixed asset accounting, general ledgers, OneView Reporting and more to help extend companies’ return on investment.

Human Capital Management

Presentations explore how the products of human resource management, payroll, self-services and time and labor can streamline users’ HCM strategy.

Manufacturing and Distribution

Attendees will learn about synchronizing end-to-end processes including demand and supply management, shop floor and inventory operations, and quality, logistics and customer service.

Real Estate

Sessions will focus on how to effectively manage real property investments as an owner or landlord as well as streamline and optimize financial and operational processes.

Supply Chain Management

Presentations will explore how companies can reduce inventory and operational costs while improving customer service.

Technology

Attendees will learn how infrastructure tools help easily install, update, manage and get the most from JD Edwards applications.

Upgrades

Attendees will get a look at the simplified upgrade process, advanced job forecasting, One View Financial statements, revenue recognition, outbound inventory management and more new features.

JD Edwards on the Cloud

Presentations will provide answers to questions about how the cloud can maximize your company’s JD Edwards investment.

Security

Attendees will learn how to control permissions for individuals and groups of users. Secure objects such as applications, forms, rows, tabs and more.

JD Edwards World

Sessions will explore how you can share information, boost performance, trim costs, and drive profitable growth on your World platform.

Hands-on Labs & Workshops

Tuesday, August 20

12:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Workshop: Bring your laptop: Tutorial-based hands on session to Orchestrate 

Bring your own laptop and follow the detailed steps of the Tutorial to create citizen developer solutions using the orchestrator, under the guidance of experts. Next time you find yourself wanting to have a custom UBE or custom Program created by a Developer, you may be able to solve the issue yourself!

 

Attendee Requirements: The students are required to bring their own laptop. There is no software required.

 

Presented by Thomas van den Heuvel, Steltix

 

Capacity: 25  SOLD OUT!

12:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Workshop: UX One – Reinvent Your User Experience 

JDE EnterpriseOne 9.2 has many user based features that in combination can provide a powerful experience, efficiency and improved business analytics. UX One, with UX One Roles, provides an impactful way to provide a personal experience to our user communities. UX components, pre-built roles and pages will be taught in this hands-on workshop; additional UX One topics from the citizen developer tools will be incorporated for additional functionality. Attendees will have the opportunity to follow along with the concepts and participate in practice activities. Deployment and management of these UDOs will also be discussed, along with how to promote user adoption within the organization.

 

Attendee Requirements: Students will use their fully charged laptops and connect to iLearnERP’s hosted EnterpriseOne 9.2 environment using conference internet access.

 

Presented by Elizabeth Schriefer, iLearnERP

 

Capacity: 50

12:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Workshop: From World to EnterpriseOne and Beyond 

This three-hour workshop will focus on why and how World users are moving to EnterpriseOne. Workshop attendees will hear live case studies from organizations who have migrated to E1, what the process entailed and how they were successful. The workshop will cover how World users can evaluate next steps, build the business case and gain internal support. We will also demo the latest tools that organizations are taking advantage of as they move to EnterpriseOne (UX One, Orchestrator). Finally, our team will walk workshop attendees through the world to EnterpriseOne migration process - what to expect as well as how to prepare.

 

Presented by Jason Batte, Terillium

 

Capacity: 75

12:45 pm - 4:15 pm
Workshop: Working with User Defined Web Objects (UDOs) in EnterpriseOne  

For the end user, EnterpriseOne has never been easier, thanks to the new tools available with User Defined Web Objects (UDOs) and even UX1. But before your users can take advantage of this new functionality, you will need to know how to administer it! UDOs are web objects that streamline your interface with E1 information and applications. We will cover what you need to know in working with them, how you go about creating and sharing them. Our deep dive will also include understanding currently defined best practices and define permissions to put these tools in the hands of the right users. Let us walk you through your options and what you will need to know to implement them successfully.

 

Attendee Requirements: Laptop with connectivity to your JDE environment if you would like to follow along on our demonstrations within your environment.

 

Presented by Linda Nelson, ALLOut Security

 

Capacity: 50

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Wednesday, August 21

9:15 am - 10:45 am
Hands on Lab: Leverage and Build UX One Content 

This workshop will target business analysts who need to understand and work with the various JD Edwards user-defined objects, including building their own. In this hands on session, you will learn how to adapt a JD Edwards delivered landing page to meet specific role-based business needs and how to compose one from scratch, create queries/watchlists, create a list view from a grid, personalize a form and use it in a CafeOne window, and more. Bring your questions, suggestions and experience of working with UX One.

 

Attendee Requirements: The students are required to bring their own laptop.

 

Presented by Vanitha Vanitha, Oracle

 

Capacity: 40  SOLD OUT!

9:15 am - 10:45 am
Hands on Lab: Orchestrating Notifications 

In this workshop, you will gain experience using the JD Edwards Orchestrator Studio to create notifications that use inputs, such as counts from Watchlists or data collected through orchestrations, and apply rules to decide whether a notification message should be dispatched to subscribers. You will also learn how users subscribe to these notifications and can view them in the new message center.

 

Attendee Requirements: The students are required to bring their own laptop.

 

Presented by AJ Shifano, Oracle

 

Capacity: 40  SOLD OUT!

9:15 am - 10:45 am
Hands on Lab: JD Edwards Automation for Oracle Cloud Infrastructure       

In this workshop you will experience the simplicity of deploying JD Edwards on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). You will start with a greenfield environment and deploy a fresh JD Edwards infrastructure using terraform automation and orchestration. Next, your environment will transform as the JD Edwards application layers are deployed giving a glimpse of the power of the OneClick provisioning automation.

 

Attendee Requirements: The students are required to bring their own laptop.

 

Presented by Clayton Seeley, Oracle

 

Capacity: 40

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Thursday, August 22

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Hands on Lab: Managing and Securing User Defined Objects 

This workshop will target the UX One administrator who is responsible for managing the life cycle of UDOs and assigning security. You will learn how to implement JD Edwards UX One by importing and deploying delivered UX One roles, configuring UX One roles and managing user defined object security using the UDO Management application (P98220U).

 

Attendee Requirements: The students are required to bring their own laptop.

 

Presented by Vanitha Vanitha, Oracle

 

Capacity: 40

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Hands on Lab: Orchestrating JD Edwards Transactions 

In this workshop, you will gain experience using the JD Edwards Orchestrator Studio to create and update JD Edwards transactions. For example, the Orchestrator enables IoT-enabled devices and machines to become users of the EnterpriseOne applications. As JD Edwards Orchestrator is fed data from IoT devices, the JD Edwards system is updated and stays accurate all without human intervention.

 

Attendee Requirements: The students are required to bring their own laptop.

Presented by AJ Shifano, Oracle

 

Capacity: 40SOLD OUT!

1:30 pm - 3:00 pm
Hands on Lab: Provisioning a Sandbox (Trial Edition) on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure       

In this workshop you walk through the end to end process of getting Trial Edition provisioned on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). This will include setup your OCI account, accessing Trial Edition from the Oracle Marketplace and provisioning Trial Edition. Leverage this workshop to have your own environment that you can take home for the other Hands on Labs.

 

Attendee Requirements: The students are required to bring their own laptop.

 

Presented by Clayton Seeley, Oracle

 

Capacity: 40

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