A New Beginning for JD Edwards Upgrades – November 16, 2017

Mark your calendar and join your functional and technical peers at another exciting New England Joint Oracle User Group meeting! Enjoy a full day of education and networking designed for and by Oracle application customers who represent the complete Oracle portfolio.


Gillette Stadium
1 Patriot Place
Foxborough, MA 02035


Thursday, November 16, 2017 from 7:30 AM to 4:45 PM (EST)

Corning Data’s own Allan Moone will be presenting “From Budget Heart Attack to Flatline: A New Beginning for JD Edwards Upgrades”

This session for business, functional and technical leaders will discuss the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Continuous Improvement Delivery model and how it changes everything you thought you knew about upgrades. Hear real examples of customers that have benefited from the new ‘Stay Current’ approach to JD Edwards ownership. Learn about the tools and solutions for maintaining your JD Edwards system and how you can get the most benefit and a more predictable budget. Get the hills and valleys of your IT budget to flatline and NEVER UPGRADE AGAIN!


1. Explain how the upgrade process as you know it is a thing of the past, giving you less disruption, more value and predictable fixed monthly budgets.
2. Discuss how EnterpriseOne 9.2 changes how you own and run JD Edwards.
3. Discover why this “new way of life” is the best thing that Oracle has ever done for your IT budget.

Register here by October 20th for the early bird discount.

We’ll see you there!


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