Tag: Internet of Things (IoT)

Stanley Engineered Fastening is a division of Stanley Black & Decker and a full service fastening supplier to the automotive, industrial, electronics, and aerospace industries. We engineer, build, and install robotic fastening systems and manufacture plastic and metal fasteners for our customer base. Our 10 North American facilities have used JD Edwards since 2000 and our user base consists of approximately 1000 named and 300+ concurrent users. We were a beta site in 2000 for the JDE web client, went live in 2001 with web only clients on ERP 8.0, and have been an early adopter of scanning direct to JDE, IoT Orchestrator, and mobility solutions.

Understand the breadth and proliferation of business process applications and manage enterprise portfolios as the market undergoes significant technology disruption.

In the age of the customer, the focus of technology management must shift toward winning, serving, and retaining customers. Understanding how and where to prioritize this shift is a critical aspect of

Using a software-as-a-service (SaaS) model, you can turn historically batch processes into real-time processes, improve user and customer experiences, and focus on business outcomes instead of working

This report provides a road map for a business application strategy that can help application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals maintain a viable set of business applications. Business

Business applications should be key enablers of enterprises' top priorities, such as customer experience and product innovation. Yet Forrester's research of technology decision-makers found that many

Rapid business change, fueled by technology advances such as mobility and analytics, is transforming how application development and delivery (AD&D) professionals buy, deploy, and manage business

Users of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne remain loyal to the ERP system because it constantly evolves to meet their needs. JD Edwards listens to their clients and creates new functionalities that are tailore