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Find out what your peers are saying about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. Oracle E-Business Suite and other solutions. Updated: January 2022.
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"The most valuable feature is the user experience, where you can create your own queries, it sends you alerts, and it's very flexible.""I think it is strong in sales, inventory, and pricing.""It is highly configurable. You have a choice in terms of how you want to run it. You can run it in your own data center, in a private cloud, or in a public cloud. The choice is really up to the customer.""With the new versions, it has become very user-friendly. We have integration with mobiles, and we have cloud-based solutions. There are a lot of things that can be done by front-end users without technical knowledge. They can create reports without having to do any coding, and it's very good now.""The solution is stable.""I have found the solutions best features to be financial procurement, inventory, and manufacturing.""The solution is very customizable according to business needs.""The interface is very user-friendly."

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"This software scales very well across various implementations.""It can be an essential solution for those who can not just push to the cloud because they have critical data restrictions.""I like Oracle ERP for streamlining the entire process from PRTL and invoice payments. It also has the decision and internet sale order, and my customers can correct the internet decision. It automatically converts to the internet order, and they don't need to create the entry object. They don't need to make a secondary ledger in the parent company and subsidiary. That's very helpful for internet decisions. If they get an order at the parent company, it automatically creates the sales system in the subsidiary.""The most valuable features are the financial-related capabilities.""It can easily be developed into an application.""Oracle E-Business Suite has over 20 different modules to choose from, it is comprehensive. Additionally, the integration is very good.""I like that one system covers everything.""Everyone in the company is quite used to the Oracle functionality."

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"The flexibility of workflows and multi-industry implementation support should be improved.""We originally used EnterpriseOne for preventative maintenance, but it is not very good at that so we migrated to Maximo for that task.""I would like to see the HR features enhanced with respect to localization for South Africa and other countries.""If they can research and make the installation part easier or more user-friendly, it would be nice.""Something that could be included is a supply chain management system. That's what we're looking for.""We found that the system was unable to address many of our concerns, especially when it comes to project management.""They have been improving it every day, but it could have more automation.""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."

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"I would say the integration needs improvement. Oracle needs to work on the integration layer to make the solution much more robust and modern.""One issue with the product is because it build on a lot of older technologies, there is a substantial technical debt in the system.""Oracle is not keeping up on development of the on-premises version of this product as they are concentrating on cloud solutions.""Areas for improvement would be that sometimes it's a bit rigid with customization and doesn't always facilitate region-specific requirements.""We don't like Oracle EBS because it is very old. Nowadays, all the systems are on the cloud and web-based. With Oracle EBS, you need a huge setup before installing it. You need a lot of servers. There are a lot of problems and bugs in the system. We have to move from Oracle EBS to another system. In terms of improvements, it can have better training for end users and better support.""Pricing is the biggest disadvantage of Oracle.""Sometimes I have issues with the performance tuning.""The user interface could be better. It's not good because they made their interface all in one, and my customers don't want to use it. I have to customize the interface and personalize it to hide some fields on the screen. It has lots of information on the screen, and the user can't easily navigate it. It's very difficult to use. I think that Oracle should have something like best practices. They need to provide some patches to simplify the interface based on the industry niche. Because now we see everything on the same screen, but the users don't need all that information. It's complicated to use for end-users, and we have to spend more time training them. In the next release, I think they should implement most of the features in the mobile app. It should be better. Oracle didn't update their mobile application for a very long time. Connecting the mobile application is complicated."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
  • "The licensing is for mid-market businesses, where it is cheaper than Oracle Cloud, EBS, or SAP."
  • "The price of the solution is not cheap. However, it is priced average amongst competitors."
  • "There is an annual license for this solution."
  • "It depends on the number of users and the modules that you want to buy. It is licensed on a perpetual license basis. You buy the license costs upfront, and then there is maintenance for support that you pay every year, which is typically about 20%."
  • "The solution is really expensive."
  • "The licensing costs are on a yearly basis, and there are no additional costs."
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  • "In order to minimize the implementation and consultancy costs, business lines should have proper definitions. They need to have a proper way of retrieving their data, which should be structured well."
  • "Both the current projects and future projects should be defined well. Licensing should be done according to current and near future plans."
  • "USD $100,000 annually."
  • "Considering the market at the moment, Oracle needs to adjust the pricing of this solution."
  • "This product is more expensive if you compare it to SAP."
  • "The pricing of the solution is at about $700-$750 per year."
  • "Licensing and costing of Oracle EBS is very complex. We recommend to use a system integrator during the negotiation process since Oracle sales representatives sometime do not know the actual minimum requirements and may oversell the necessary licenses through ignorance."
  • "At our various customers, the software tends to pay for itself in less than two years."
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    Also Known As
    Oracle EBS, OEBS
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    Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is an integrated applications suite of comprehensive enterprise resource planning software that combines business value, standards-based technology, and deep industry experience into a business solution with a low total cost of ownership. EnterpriseOne is the first ERP solution to run all applications on Apple iPad. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne also delivers mobile applications.
    Oracle E-Business Suite is the most comprehensive suite of integrated, global business applications that enable organizations to make better decisions, reduce costs, and increase performance.
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    Sample Customers
    TechNova Imaging Systems (P) Ltd, Jordan Petroleum Refinery, Hosun Universal Co. Ltd., Grupo Corporativo Papelera SA de CV, Label Technology Inc., Uniwax S.A., Al Jaber Group, SOMAR Corporation, SICIM S.p.A.,
    Colab, Portobello, Saudi Telecom Company, DG Khan Cement, Dubai Holding
    Top Industries
    Energy/Utilities Company20%
    Construction Company20%
    Manufacturing Company10%
    Computer Software Company36%
    Comms Service Provider16%
    Manufacturing Company6%
    Energy/Utilities Company4%
    Comms Service Provider13%
    Manufacturing Company8%
    Local Government8%
    Computer Software Company37%
    Comms Service Provider17%
    Financial Services Firm5%
    Company Size
    Small Business30%
    Midsize Enterprise21%
    Large Enterprise48%
    Small Business19%
    Midsize Enterprise18%
    Large Enterprise63%
    Small Business25%
    Midsize Enterprise19%
    Large Enterprise56%
    Find out what your peers are saying about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. Oracle E-Business Suite and other solutions. Updated: January 2022.
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    JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is ranked 3rd in Activity Based Costing Software with 9 reviews while Oracle E-Business Suite is ranked 1st in Activity Based Costing Software with 33 reviews. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is rated 8.4, while Oracle E-Business Suite is rated 7.4. The top reviewer of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne writes "User-friendly, flexible and easy to customize, and offers good support for different industries". On the other hand, the top reviewer of Oracle E-Business Suite writes "Highly scalable: Supports scale-out architecture". JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is most compared with JD Edwards World, SAP ERP, Oracle ERP Cloud, NetSuite ERP and PeopleSoft, whereas Oracle E-Business Suite is most compared with PeopleSoft, Oracle HCM Cloud, SAP ERP, SAP S4HANA and NetSuite ERP. See our JD Edwards EnterpriseOne vs. Oracle E-Business Suite report.

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