What Is JD Edwards EnterpriseOne?
Oracle’s JD Edwards software meets the demands for a modern and simplified user experience. Our purpose-built applications are aligned to how your users work. Integrated with digital technologies, our innovative approach increases productivity enabling your company to work smarter, faster, and ultimately achieve more.
Who Uses JD Edwards EnterpriseOne?
ERP solution that helps businesses in manufacturing, F&B, Cosmetics, Oil & Gas, and other industries manage transportation, human capital, real estate, and more.
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Reviews of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
Comments: Unfortunately, I did not work with JD Edwards anymore, but it was a excellent ERP.
In my opinion it is the best ERP in the market. I have worked with this ERP for more than twelve years, as a key user. It is flexible and easy to customize and has a good support. For Manufactirung module, I think it is the best.
As it is easy to customize, when you need to update or upgrade the ERP, you have to spend more time testing.
Comments: JDE has made most of our processes significantly easier and more accurate.
Integration was exactly as expected. JDE has been integral to our success in managing the financials, inventory management, supply chain management. It's also easy to integrate other pieces of specialized software.
JDE requires a good amount of IT help to make any updates or adjustments this leads to upgrades happening slower than we'd like.
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JDE will make your AP process smoother than ever
Comments: My overall experience with JD Edwards can be described as a learning ride. JDE is not too user friendly or intuitive, but once you learn how to use it and all the codes necessary for the actions required for your AP Process, then you can start to take full advantage of all its possibilities. In my team we have been very benefited by the use of this tool and are currently using it on a daily basis. I would totally recommend it.
All the information needed about a vendor is already in the system when a new vendor creation is done, so you do not have to worry about remembering what are the payment terms, or checking what is their bank account. You just have to check that the invoice in the system was correctly processed and then once the payment is ran, you will get all the information on when the invoice will be paid, or you can even change the Net Due Date so it can be paid earlier if it is a down payment. Correction of payments is also very easy to do in JDE. You just have to create a PD (or cancellation document) for said payment and then create a new one with all the vendor information and change the items that were incorrectly booked, such as invoice amount, tax code, BU, among others. Then you just proceed to do the clearings so the action can be recorded in the books and done!
One of the most important aspects for me is the ability to handle your vendor master data. Unfortunately for JDE this is not one of its brightest points. If the same vendor has changed their VAT and are now using a new one, or they changed their banking information, you cannot change it in the system, but you have to either create a new vendor with the new information, or duplicate the one existing and update the new items. This, sadly, takes quite some time (at least 48 hours), therefore impacting your payment process and generating delays.
EnterpriseOne - It's Enough
Comments: Overall, EnterpriseOne does what it sets out to be, a capable and reliable, ERP system. Beyond that, it does not probably hold a candle to more expensive and robust ERP systems.
It's rather simple to pick up and learn, comes with a lower cost entry to pricing point, handles our massive manufacturing opps well enough. It's clips along at a solid pace, so less time waiting results to query.
E1 is difficult to automate. Our robotics team requires endless loops, checks, and tests to ensure the automation software is working appropriately with E1. Additionally, E1 didn't have the capability to handle retail operations when we entered that market recently. Finally, the base "vanilla" E1 package lacks some features that might be considered standard elsewhere; such as good reporting functions.