In recent years, we have seen a revolution in the way organizations upgrade their enterprise software applications. Infrequent, disruptive upgrade projects have been replaced by smaller, more frequent updates that allow customers to gain rapid access to new features and functionality.
Any company running JD Edwards E1 9.2 now has the choice over which updates they take and when to take them. But every change event project involves effort and an element of risk.
To understand the impact, minimize the effort, and mitigate risk it’s important to evaluate the impact of change to your existing code from a development perspective whilst considering the business and users. Adopting a process-driven approach allows you to analyze the impact of changes on your particular system set up, ensuring you can make regular updates with less hassle, and enabling your company to enjoy the benefits of Continuous Innovation.
Watch our recent webcast, in partnership with Quistor, to learn how to make the most of Oracle’s strategy of continuous delivery for JDE E1
- Patrick Neary – VP Global Sales & Marketing, DWS
- Jack van den Brink – Partner, Quistor