3.7 out of 5 (36 Ratings)

36 Verified Reviews

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Implementing was a challenge due to diverse operational systems. Managing change was key

The breadth of experience of enterprise solutions. Not a new vendor therefore maturity. Linked to our Oracle Financials

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Mosaic

It was a very expensive but not very successful experience.

Oracle Fusion Applications

Generally dissatisfactory product, compounded by sub-par implementation experience

Oracle Fusion was a good choice it seemed at the time of vendor selection. It fit the strategy to move away from hosted systems. We also wanted something which could be expanded later to tie together various enterprise solutions but wouldn't be too expensive. However, the experience so far has been dissatisfactory. The general dissatisfaction is two-fold - a. with the solution itself, and b. with the implementation partners recommended by Oracle. Oracle Fusion feels and acts like a beta product. The User Interface is unimaginative and lacks intuition. It seems like an IT product of the early 90s. There are many areas especially in P2P module where recent upgrades broke pre-existing functionality for a time, and there was the limited update in Oracle's support system. CRs take ages to be triaged and resolved. Integration capabilities with other systems are poor, even when it's Oracle's own product (Taleo). Their preferred implementation partners are simply implementors and not partners or advisors. We worked with Intelenex, a service provider recommended by Oracle. The expectation was that Intelenex would not only help implement but also advise of reporting requirements, best practices and integration with other systems. The implementation, which is basically simple customization of canned code, went as expected. But the custom reporting was terrible, with no advice on what fields to include. Even basic reports like transfer report couldn't build since per the implementors, it's a problem with Oracle Fusion at this time. Lastly, we faced a lot of challenge in finding System Analysts. We essentially ended up hiring a sub-optimal resource with a Peoplesoft background. This is another thing to keep in mind as you are dabbling in unproven tech.

Oracle Fusion Applications, Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Implemenations had many hiccups, but at the end everything was smooth

JD Edwards has been proven technology for Finacial and Real Estate Management and definitely it is serving same purpose over here

Oracle E-Business Suite

Oracle EBS Upgrade from 11.5.10 to 12.1.3

Had access to Development Team Resources at Oracle which helped us solve Major/Critical issues immediately.

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

JDE Implementation Journey

Good vendor and products. Supports the product and integrations with the vendor and non-vendor systems. Collaboration between vendor implementation and the 3rd Party consulting was very beneficial.

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Global Implementation was seamless.

The software works as designed - it's dependable and enough folks out there who can support it.

Oracle E-Business Suite

Business partnership key to implementation of a successful ERP

We committed some cardinal sins by modifying the standard codes and creating too many customizations. Inmaturity of our company in the process requirements cause this action. In addition, improper end to end testing occured for the Order to cash implementation. Caused such difficulties that business never fully implemented entire ERP which has been detrimental to company.

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Missed Opportunity

Underwhelmed with the delivery of the company's vision for the system

Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Change Management is NOT easy

Change management was difficult