Tag: Upgrades

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Presented at Quest Experience Week (QXW) - JD Edwards Day

With new features and flexibility continuously delivered in EnterpriseOne 9.2 releases, the opportunity for Oracle JD Edwards customers to leverage the newest tools, functionality, and technologies to modernize their business is unprecedented. That’s why there’s never been a better time to upgrade to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 and embrace the power of the cloud along the way.

Moderated by Velocity Technology Solutions, this session features customers discussing their decision criteria, process, and benefits realized with upgrading JD Edwards to the latest release of 9.2. It will also include a discussion on why these customers chose to move to the cloud as part of their 9.2 upgrade, the advantages of the cloud, and best practices for upgrading to the cloud.

Presented at Quest Experience Week (QXW) - PeopleSoft Day

See how Sentinel replaces time-consuming reports and makes PeopleSoft support easier for you. (COMPARE) Instantly identify differences between environments and user security. (AUDIT) A real-time view of users with Correction Access, Sensitive Data, and Segregation of Duty conflicts. (SECURITY) Take the guesswork out of security administration. See the exact menus and pages assigned to Users, Roles, and Permission Lists.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 102920

Facing expiring support, non-standardized processes, under-utilized functionality, and an obsolete chart of accounts and security module chart of accounts, the Alameda County Water District (ACWD) made substantial changes to their JD Edwards ERP system.  The move presented not only significant technical challenges, but procedural and cultural challenges, as well.  Broad organizational changes are not only demanding, but are frequently accompanied by skepticism about the likelihood of success.  Due to planning and hard work, the result would be greater efficiency and cost-cutting at exactly the time ACWD would need them the most – in the middle of a drought and severe water shortage that would significantly impact revenue.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 103340

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne (JDE) has strong capabilities with businesses due to its ability to allow flexible financial reporting and workflows using User Defined Objects (UDO). Options for flexible setups for Capital Asset Equipment can be achieved using REST APIs to call latitude and longitude.

During Quest Forum Digital Event: JD Edwards Week, Jeff Erickson, Senior Director of Product Management, presented on how you can reimagine software updates with Continuous Adoption.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 103620

After upgrading their JD Edwards EnterpriseOne environment from 9.1 to 9.2 and migrating to OCI, Clearwater Paper gained more efficiency and enhanced performance. Both of these things and more helped them save money and improve service levels to internal users. In this session, learn how Clearwater Paper and Velocity collaborated to make this modernization and cloud journey an ongoing success.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 102820

Harness the enormous flexibility of the E1 architecture in your enterprise to power creative solutions. CNC tools enable advanced lifecycle management configurations and multiple scaling models. Learn strategies to ensure testing is representative of your live environment while further insulating your production users. Review architecture designs to prepare for growth and the increasing use of UXOne resources.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 101080

Real-world examples of how Dutch Valley Foods used these features to reduce customization in 9.2. Being able to add new fields or only show fields our users need available.

Presented at INFOCUS 20

Session ID: 100840

This session is based on an experience with a customer that used third-party scanning tools to detect that several key WebLogic patches were not in place. Specifically, the version they currently had installed was no longer supported by Oracle. This lack of support indicates that Oracle is not obligated to release new security patches. As a result, it is likely to contain security vulnerabilities that could be exploited by malicious agents. The process to upgrade to the latest version of WebLogic will be discussed and clear documentation will be provided to help customers with this complex process. We will discuss making sure customers are on the latest version 12.2.1.3. This upgrade process is not well documented and includes information that may lack clarity. Attend to learn best practices and see a step by step explanation to avoid common pitfalls.