Continuous Improvement with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Since the release of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 in 2015, Oracle has shifted from the large release upgrades every few years to smaller, more frequent feature pack releases.  As evidence of this, Oracle has released 7 new feature packs and over 180 enhancements over the last two years.

This tells us two important things. First:  Oracle is seriously committed to the development and improvement of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Second: we can expect to see more of these improvements—at this striking pace—for years to come.

Going forward, expect to see 2-3 EnterpriseOne updates per year. And expect development to focus on personalized user experiences, industry process effectiveness, and digital transformation.

As JD Edwards EnterpriseOne undergoes this ongoing improvement through development, how will your business embrace these changes for your own continuous improvement? How will you analyze these updates and deploy them to improve your productivity?

Corning Data can work with your team to address these questions and chart the best course forward. Contact us today and ask about our Continuous Improvement Managed Services offerings to help you stay current and avoid big upgrade projects.  800-455-5996 or info@corningdata.com

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