We performed a comparison between JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Microsoft Dynamics NAV based on real PeerSpot user reviews.
Find out in this report how the two ERP solutions compare in terms of features, pricing, service and support, easy of deployment, and ROI.
"The financials are great."
"I think it is strong in sales, inventory, and pricing."
"JD Edwards EnterpriseOne has improved within all the solutions and there have been a lot of investments by Oracle in these solutions. Most of the functionalities, and business requirements, are available for the system in the solution and there have been enhancements to the processes, UI, and tools, which have been done on a regular basis."
"EnterpriseOne is stable and can be customized according to customer requirements."
"The most valuable feature of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is the flashback it quickly takes you to the data browser. Additionally, one of the newer tools is the orchestrator which is very good."
"I have found the solutions best features to be financial procurement, inventory, and manufacturing."
"The most valuable features of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne are the flexibility of the configuration, it is highly configurable. It is not rigid as other solutions, such as SAP. They have recently added a custom workflow approach and approval workflows."
"It’s a stable product."
"The most valuable feature of Microsoft Dynamics NAV is its simplicity of accounting and receiving reports. The solution is similar to Microsoft Excel, and that similarity is good. All the functions of Microsoft Dynamics are user-friendly."
"I like Microsoft Dynamics' simplicity. The interface is excellent, and it's a highly mature product. You can hardly find any bugs in the product."
"Microsoft Dynamics NAV's most valuable feature is the integration with other Microsoft solutions."
"Microsoft products are very good in general. This product is flexible, easy to use, intuitive, and has good capabilities."
"I have found the flexibility to be very valuable. It's highly flexible, and at least for us, it has been effective. It is also highly functional."
"The customer support is good. The first level of support agent in every case was able to solve the problem very quickly."
"It is easy to use, and it works very well for small-scale companies."
"The initial setup is easy - because it stands on Microsoft offerings, it's simple and intuitive to use."
"We found that the system was unable to address many of our concerns, especially when it comes to project management."
"EnterpriseOne's integration could be improved."
"The initial setup of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is straightforward. However, it could improve."
"The solution could be easier to implement. However, the complexity was in our internal processes meeting our country's requirements. Every country has a slightly different process, taxation, and rules. That was the difficult part, not the solution itself. I expect our experience would have been more or less the same with any ERP, such as SAP, Navision, or Dynamics."
"They have the interface with Hubble and other reporting, however, we just want that to be a part of JD Edwards."
"The implementation procedure could be simplified."
"They have been improving it every day, but it could have more automation."
"JD Edwards EnterpriseOne could improve the speed because sometimes it takes time to load into the environment. This is typical when the ESU patch packages are used."
"In Thailand, the support here could be better. The process to get an answer is too long."
"It would be nice if the integration process was easier."
"Microsoft Dynamics NAV could improve the reporting."
"I think Microsoft should improve on the process of how the user decides on a business workflow. For example, there may be some kind of drag-and-drop interface that lets us decide for ourselves how to develop the business workflows that fit our purpose."
"Microsoft Dynamics NAV could be improved in terms of exporting income statements and balance sheets. Currently, there is a feature, but you can only have the last three years. I spent some time trying to improve the KPI portion that exports the data, that already calculates the sub forms or subtotals, but they weren't able to break that up into different dimensions. They've now managed to crowd the separate table and you can export that, but it's only for the last three years. So, they could improve this solution by getting the chart of accounts or the account schedules to be exported, where you can go further than just three years with it."
"The performance and virtual machine backup is not good with this solution and need improvements."
"I wouldn't say that Microsoft Dynamics is very scalable."
"In the next release, I would like to see a quality check module - Navision doesn't have one, and the industry very much requires it."
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is ranked 6th in ERP with 17 reviews while Microsoft Dynamics NAV is ranked 7th in ERP with 18 reviews. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is rated 8.0, while Microsoft Dynamics NAV is rated 8.2. The top reviewer of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne writes "Offers a variety of features, easy to use and understand, reasonably priced, and has responsive technical support". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Microsoft Dynamics NAV writes "Very easy to scale and the new pricing model is a lot cheaper". JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is most compared with JD Edwards World, Oracle E-Business Suite, SAP ERP, Oracle ERP Cloud and SAP Business One, whereas Microsoft Dynamics NAV is most compared with SAP ERP, SAP Business One, SAP S/4HANA, Oracle E-Business Suite and Sage Business Cloud Enterprise Management. See our JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. Microsoft Dynamics NAV report.
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