It’s almost Vegas time!

Swing by and see us at Booth #249 where we are still booking meetings for the upper level
from Monday, April 23rd through Wednesday, April 25th!

JD Edwards Super Session

You’re Code Current… and Your Business Doesn’t Care

Tuesday, April 24th, from 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM with Richard Garraputa in theMandalay Bay Ballroom.

Supporting JD Edwards has been like a roller coaster. Long lines of requests from the business leading to lots of ups and downs of effort and cost as we swing between ‘like-for-like’ technical upgrades.

Corning Data will present a road-map which high performing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and World customers use to move past ‘Code Current’ to what the business really wants: ‘Continuous Improvement’; all while driving real business results at a more manageable cost.

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Movin’ On Up (and Out): License Plating Made Easy

 

Wednesday, April 25th, 2:30 PM to 3:30 PM in Lagoon H.

Do you have serialized inventory? Do you store multiple items on a single pallet? How much time do you spend transacting each of these items individually?

Moving inventory fast and efficiently is key to improving customer order processing times, lowering labor costs, eliminating errors, improving cycle count performance and driving real bottom line results. Corning Data will cover the benefits from using license plating, the JD Edwards license requirements, the merits of using data collection in this environment and what a license plating project might look like for you.

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Corning Data – Booth #249

Ask about all of our JD Edwards and DSI Sales and Service Offerings:

Upgrades
Implementation Services
Consulting Services
Platform Migrations
DSI’s Mobile Application Platform
Staff Augmentation
Vision Tour

 

Ask about our latest offering, CIMS (Continuous Improvement Managed Services):

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