Tag: JD Edwards Upgrades

INFOCUS Dive Deep is where JD Edwards users of all levels and from around the world can dig into new releases, dive deep into practical learning, get new ideas from best practices, see what others are doing with their JD Edwards systems and hone their core JD Edwards skills.

2021 QXW

Is your hardware outdated? Do you need to migrate to a different hardware platform? JD Edwards continues to have an open platform strategy that enables customer choice and control. Come to this session to learn about current platform trends, best practices to migrate to a new hardware platform, and how other customers have changed platforms.

Presented by Kevin Narine & Chad Sellers 

In 2020, Brown & Root got approval to upgrade to JD Edwards 9.2, and the team wanted to emphasize training as a way to make the upgrade as smooth as possible. With the extensive changes to the user interface, numerous additional features, and increased functionality, Brown & Root looked to enhance its knowledge of version 9.2 and find training options that made the best use of users’ time and energy.

Presented at INFOCUS Dive Deep 2021

1) ERP Clients seek ways to adapt to net changes when converting to an integrated ERP system; Their employees must also adapt in the most seamless way 2) Solution: Blended learning which consists of simulated online training, instructor-led training, and quick reference print materials. 3) This method allows employees the quickest solution to adapting to a new ERP system, to apply knowledge of common functionality to all types of modules, and to apply familiar data for example exercises.; 4) iLearnERP consultants have years of experience building such solutions for clients who need employees to ramp up quickly in their new system.

On October 11, 2021, Oracle announced JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 22! Release 22 is your Digital ERP release, delivering innovation that automates, optimizes, and transforms business processes and represents Oracle's continued investment that furthers customers' digital transformation.

This new naming convention reflects the continuous innovation delivered in EnterpriseOne and provides customers with greater awareness of the innovative product features delivered to support their digital transformation journey. Based on customer feedback, an improved release naming convention will assist in recognizing when Oracle delivers new features for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2. This new naming aligns with industry trends and better represents continuous innovation.

To learn more about the new features in Release 22, visit www.learnjde.com.