Tag: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Manufacturing

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2021 QXW 

This session will cover a little bit about what ACH is and provide a step-by-step setup in JDE including examples using CTX format. It will also cover how to trigger ACH file generation for upload and processing. This is presented by Lisa Tran who works for manufacturer Stoner, Inc. She has used and configured JDE for 20+ years. She has migrated from XE to 8.10 to 9.2. As a member of the IT support team, she works with all aspects of JDE including programming, support and user training as well as supporting all of Stoner’s manufacturing activities.

Presented by Lisa Tran, Stoner Inc.

How can I search for a customer address record based on their city, state and zip? How can I narrow down my item lookup in purchase order entry to only view items for my specific vendor? The answer used to be "you can't without an enhancement" - there were some workarounds, but nothing that completely met the business need. And then along came EnterpriseOne Search! This UDO allows custom searches to be built, including over multiple business views or tables, so that you can provide lookups on the fields that the users need, display only the data that is useful, and allow selection of records directly from the search. The E1 Search can be used in almost any application or functional area - this session will be based in Distribution applications, but that's a limitation of the time we have and not the tool itself!

Bernadette Durham, Terillium

In this session, you will learn how TruGreen partnered with Navisite to implement the Purchase Order approval process through Mobile apps for enhanced flexibility and efficiency. TruGreen worked on this solution with Navisite as the original out-of-box solution through Mobile App from Oracle was removed from the Apple and Andriod play store for versions IOS 14 and above. This was a huge impediment for TruGreen as they had invested on a new AIS server and were not able to use it. Navisite worked with TruGreen to custom develop a Mobility solution that is user friendly and flexible. The solution is designed to run on both platforms iOS and Android.

Gayatri Rajan, Navisite

This is the newest enhancement in Procurement that makes the receiving process more efficient and faster by enabling the user to update lot details and location when the items are in the receipt route. Join this session to see how the receiving personnel can easily change lot details and the location of items in the receipt route without having to take a row exit to the Multiple Locations form for updating every lot.

Regi Antony, Oracle

Learn how one manufacturing company running on 9.2 simplified the order to ship process including bulk sales order cancellation based on status, automatic calculation of check-digits, and bill of lading commodity calculation using native JDE tools.

Bhaskar Suryawanshi, Circular Edge

Would you like to improve employee productivity, control purchases, and eliminate error-prone paper processes with self-service ordering? Come join this session to see how Requisition Self-Service simplifies the employee requisitioning process and frees up purchasing departments for more strategic tasks by putting the control in the hands of employees. 

Anca Pirjolea, Oracle

Almost every software project starts out with a commitment to "implement the base software", and delivering on this commitment in Sales Order Management means that we often need to get creative with how applications are used to meet business requirements. In this session I'll look at how we can extend the functionality of standard solutions, use UDOs for more robust search options, and leverage some rarely used programs to deliver optimal system processes and avoid enhancements.

Bernadette Durham, Terillium