2 out of 5.0, Reviewed Dec 6, 2016
Auxiliary products and integrations either not ready for production use, or non existant
Besides the database, Oracle's sole technical expertize is PowerPoint
Flexible customer data model
Focus on customer success
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 28, 2016
The JD Edwards product line is solid in functionality/stability with a very high ROI given the low over all cost of ownership.
Evaluate what your true "needs" are versus the extra bells and whistles. Implement functionality to meet those needs rather than the "possibility" that we "might" need a piece of functionality. Invaribly functionality can be added later, if it's really needed. Implementing functionaltiy on the possibility that you might need it is wasted money.
Low complexity as suite is trully fully intgrated not just mulitiple suites that will integrate. The software is one platform one piece of software. This leads to a true low total cost of ownership.
I wish they marketed this software more
Continue to evaluate implmenting additional new feature functionality with the upgrade rather than waiting for the "right" time.
2 out of 5.0, Reviewed Nov 15, 2016
The JD Edwards Enteprise One 9.2 went live with minimal issues. The installation on Oracle Database was problematic and the Oracle licensing is difficult to understand and navigate. We are happy with Enterprise One
Look at Oracle licensing closely especially for the middleware and database tier of the architecture.
JD Edwards offers a great value ERP solution.
It is not built with the end user in mind.
A cleaner, understandable license model.
We would have the installation completed before the functional consultants began the installation work.
3 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 18, 2016
Product isn't really scaled well to a business of our size or strategy. Hard working through the Oracle and 3rd party consultant relationships
Choosing your implementation partner is key to a smooth success
Interface and ease of implementation
Determine the actual business need/requirements and look at options that addressed those. Be willing to throw out what we already had
Poor. No value
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Oct 16, 2016
The software was easy to configure and implement compared to peers impementing Orace e-business suite SAP etc
JDE is not an inferior ERP give it a good look if you are a mid size manufacturing company
ease of implementation very configrurable
taking upgrades more difficult but is improving
Actually try to sell it rather than the more complex ERPs
do not use vendor for implementatiom
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 23, 2016
Recent release version's documentation and support content above expectations.
Negotiate $$ Negotiate all options/licensing you can up front and consult with site using products to learn insight from them
Wide range of support options on-line, consulting and Oracle support site & community
the cost and sometimes being the Swiss-Army knife of ERP products
Wish they would not continuously change pricing structure to drive profits and expand market share instead.
Engage user community sooner to know proposed timeline, risks, and expectations. Also coordinate at each site a lead end user to coordinate communications, status, and feedback to IT teams. Also to not MOD the previous version product as much as we did
Large user community and user groups available to support most basic function issues or set up hurdles
Many things we could have done better in the deployment
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed Sep 21, 2016
keep customizations to a minimum
free new releases
frequent new releases
4 out of 5.0, Reviewed May 11, 2016
Satisfies our requirements to operate our business in South America.
evaluate revenue based contracts.
flexibility to quickly adapt to changing environments.
running demands time.
provide more help with hardware sizing.
take the time to select the right vendor and team.