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JDE E1 Technical - Senior Consultant at a tech services company with 201-500 employees

I like all of the progress Oracle has made with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. They have introduced a new tool, Orchestrator, in the most recent version or the most recent separated version of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. It is a replica or a replacement for the development of business services, in my opinion. We use the Orchestrator tool to develop the orchestration processes, which we then use for data migration from the Legacy system to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, and vice versa if you're using that tool.

I like the terminologist, which I would say is a must-have feature that was missing when I was using OneWorld. Prior to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, there was OneWorld, and there were no requesting tokens, holding tokens, or resuming the object for myself. Unless I give them permission, no one else can check it out and start working on it to write code. As a result, that is an enhancement to the OneWorld in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.

I have worked with various types of objects. I have worked with almost all types of objects. I was given an excellent opportunity to work on a wide range of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne objects.

The 1V reporting is straightforward and simple to use. Creating 1V reports does not require any technical knowledge. This is quite interesting, and I know how to work on it; it is not a part of improvement, and I am aware of it. Aside from that, I haven't worked on any JD Edwards EnterpriseOne E1 pages.

I'm really looking forward to some opportunities to get some work done on it so that I can learn JD Edwards EnterpriseOne E1 pages and gain some experience.

They have all of the good models, such as finance, supply chain, recruitment, HRMS, accounts receivable, and payable.

Despite the fact that it is an old technology, we still have good projects and good work. It's an excellent technological product that any client should consider.

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Maggie Van Wyk - PeerSpot reviewer
Chief Financial and Operating Officer at Aicrem Square

The most valuable feature is the user experience, where you can create your own queries, it sends you alerts, and it's very flexible.

The interface is very user-friendly. As long as you apply logic, it is easy to do the technical stuff. It is structured well so you don't always have to depend on technical people to do things like create reports.

It has the latest features in terms of embedded mobility and orchestration.

The integration with other products is easy to do.

Customization is easy to do, as long as you stick to their rules. It can be customized in a cloud-based deployment, as well.

There are tools in place that allow users to update the system themselves, without any technical support.

Support for developers is easy because they have their own toolset. They have options for using SQL, RPG, and different languages, depending on the hardware that you're using.

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Raymond De Riel - PeerSpot reviewer
JD Edwards functional consultant manufacture at Ordina

The strongest functionality of JD Edwards is the ability to model, in the production that it is, model the production process. If I were to model the bill of materials and production routing, then that's one of the strongest parts of JD Edwards.

The initial setup is not difficult.

The solution can scale.

The stability is good.

There's a large amount of online documentation that makes troubleshooting easy.

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TT
Technical Architect at a tech services company with 51-200 employees

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.

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Maggie Van Wyk - PeerSpot reviewer
Chief Financial and Operating Officer at Aicrem Square

I like the fact that the solution is very customizable according to business needs and adaptive throughout your business processes. It's not very rigid but they've also got all IRFS standards in line for whenever something changes, and you can just apply that to your accounting standards. The strength of the product is that it provides an audit trail regarding what has happened and who was responsible. It's also a very easy to use solution. Already for many years, on the manufacturing side, the orchestrator and the robotics were already in place. It was already embedded as part of the process and their functionality was really good.

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AN
Project Leader at a tech services company with 1,001-5,000 employees

The good thing about it is that it is very customizable. We can modify it the way we want.

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.

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RS
Global Oracle JDE Practice Head at a tech services company with 10,001+ employees

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.

The inbuilt BI user experience and enhanced UI analytics, are very good. These are key features I love about the solution. It is more user-friendly with functionalities continually updating and there's less technical dependency. Rather than hiring a technical person to explain everything or doing the development for you, anyone can do it on their own without any technical help, such as the end-users.

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Virendra Phophaliya - PeerSpot reviewer
Senior Director at LTI - Larsen & Toubro Infotech

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.

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BHARAT MAHESHWARI - PeerSpot reviewer
Software Engineer at LTI - Larsen & Toubro Infotech

The accounting portion is very good for one. The financials are great. 

The integrations are good. Right now, the orchestration is very good. The new feature, which is coming as orchestration and UDO, offers different objects, which are currently in demand now. The integration with the different third-party systems is great.

The solution is easy to set up.

It's quite stable. 

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BA
Help Desk Technician at a government with 1,001-5,000 employees

I have found the solutions best features to be financial procurement, inventory, and manufacturing. Additionally, the dashboard has improved over the years and it is good.

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BW
Lead of Business Intelligence at a energy/utilities company with 10,001+ employees

The interface is very user-friendly.

The reporting functionality is good.

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Marcos Hamsi - PeerSpot reviewer
IT Director - Latin America at a logistics company with 5,001-10,000 employees

I think it is strong in sales, inventory, and pricing.

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Buyer's Guide
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
June 2022
Learn what your peers think about JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Get advice and tips from experienced pros sharing their opinions. Updated: June 2022.
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