DWS is excited to release issue 3 of our quarterly Dimension Newsletter, designed for Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne users, providing an update on the latest news, resources and insights from the last quarter. The key stories covered this month:
Where are you in the JDE E1 Landscape?
Another year has come and gone in the JD Edwards community and the EnterpriseOne installed base has continued its inexorable march towards code-current and the cloud. Or has it?.
Our own Patrick Neary explores the results from the recent survey and provides insights on the current JDE E1 Landscape and what trends we see in Q1 2019.
DWS Upgrade Services deliver for Treatt
Treatt plc is a long term JDE E1 user and was determined to make the move to release 9.2 ahead of a planned relocation to new headquarters. With a small, but growing, IT team they lacked the internal resource to manage the upgrade and required external support.
Explore how our innovative JDE E1 Upgrade Services delivered Treatt an upgrade to release 9.2 at a fixed time frame and budget, with an ultra-low 0.5% defect rate.
To patch or not to patch; that is the question
Following Oracle’s Critical Patch Advisory Notice for January 2019 the age old question of ‘to patch or not to patch’ has re-emerged. DWS’ Dom Bowker examines the critical importance of patching, providing insight into best practice approaches for delivering this effectively in your business.
Explore the latest JDE E1 patches, underlying technologies, critical fixes and planning approaches in his best practice blog.
Get current and stay current in 2019
In 2018, Oracle re-affirmed its commitment to 9.2, extending support to 2030 and beyond. With long-term support guaranteed, the JDE EnterpriseOne installed base is better placed to take advantage of the latest features available from new ESUs and Tools releases.
Explore the roadmap for JDE E1 and how to get the most from your investment in our new Get Current, Stay Current Best Practice Guide.
View the full Dimension newsletter- issue 3 here. If you would like to discuss your upcoming projects or JDE E1 challenges contact us and we will make time to share ideas.