Making like-for-like comparisons between on-premise and Cloud ERP functionality, and only relying on traditional metrics such as Total Cost of Ownership (TCO), is a mistake. Choosing a Cloud-based ERP is not about doing the same things you do with your current ERP, but doing it in the Cloud. It is an opportunity to transform and optimize.
Enterprise Resource Planning and CRM are technology first cousins—and partners. They are usually separate but so intertwined that CRM cannot function effectively without constant communications with ERP, from orders and sales to logistics and deliveries—and customer credit status. ERP aims to be an integrated set of business management and administration applications that cover all normal activities.
While the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Orchestrator has been around for a few years, originally designed and licensed for the Internet of Things (IoT), the capabilities of the modern Orchestrator solution have been greatly enhanced.
Robots and Cobots are transforming manufacturing as we know it. Much of the hype around this portrays AI & Robotics as a bad thing that takes jobs from humans but the reality is that Demand for android-employees has risen steadily in recent years and global patent numbers in robotics continue to grow year-on-year. So, what are the need-to-knows about the not so distant future of robotic colleagues?
The JD Edwards development team continue to transform the ERP user experience. The latest development is new form personalizations for Asset Management in JD Edwards which make it easier and faster to find the information that you need.
There has been a lot of coverage around the challenges faced by “women in tech” and while it is clear that there is still plenty of room for improvement there are some encouraging signs that the tide is turning.