Oracle released over ten new videos with a demo of mobile applications delivered together with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. With these applications, you can access data stored in the system and record certain types of transactions from mobile devices. Oracle points out that these applications are not duplicates of existing system formats but are brand new solutions developed from scratch, employing such native functions of mobile devices as touchscreens, GPS, or camera. Furthermore, these applications have been developed in independent versions for tablets and smartphones.

This is a must-read for all key users of JD Edwards, particularly at those organizations that intend to develop or upgrade their systems. The site contains product descriptions, documentation, training materials, and a lot of other interesting resources. Some information is available for registered users only.

Oracle has released a set of 20 mobile applications that allow users to implementation of business processes with the help of devices such as tablets or smartphones. Each application supports the implementation of a specialized set of activities, providing a modern and convenient user interface. Due to differences in the size of the screen, Oracle has created separate applications for smartphones and for tablets. They are available in Apple’s App Store and Google Play for Android.

We all know that JD Edwards was the first fully supported ERP-class system for iPads. For the popular iPad device, Oracle released a dedicated application which serves as a container in which JD Edwards works. This facilitates execution of certain dedicated functions which are not available in a standard Web browser. One of them is the option to sign electronic documents using a mechanism called Scratch Pad.

An interesting presentation about new things in the system: JD Edwards solutions roadmap by 2018, New mobile applications, New simpler architecture of mobile applications, Customization: Watchlists, E1 Pages, Cafee One
New online help for JD Edwards applications, Data conversion – now 70 times faster, Customization analysis application, JD Edwards for iPads, New in-memory applications, The vision of future solutions.

Many organizations, particularly larger ones, need functions to support personal data protection in their ERP systems. This is of special importance if the address book is used to store data not only about corporate organizations but also private individuals. In such case, access to data must be controlled and default application-level security mechanisms are not sufficient.

Forbes published an interesting piece about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, trying to explain why it is recognized among the leaders on the consecutive lists published by consulting firms.
As a reminder, JD Edwards was considered a market leader by Nucleus Research. In its recent paper, this organization expressed special appreciation of the latest enhancements of user interface. To download the Nucleus report, use the link below:

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