JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Agreement Management for Your Supply Chain

Do you struggle managing agreements in your supply chain?  Corning Data, a well-established JD Edwards technology sales and consulting organization has helped our clients upgrade, support and extend their JD Edwards experience.  We have helped many of our clients manage their complex supply chain issues by implementing JD Edwards Agreement Management module.  One client was trying to manage contracts, contract performance and contract expiration in spreadsheets, struggling to maintain accurate information.  The solution: JD Edwards Agreement Management.

For business success, you must manage agreements effectively. When all parties know where they stand, your trading relationships can be mutually beneficial and profitable.  JD Edwards Agreement Management allows your organization to establish partnerships throughout your supply chain, thereby increasing productivity, improving customer service and reducing capital expenses.   Set up, change, and manage your partner agreements insuring contract compliance is easily tracked because sales and purchase order transactions are associated with the appropriate agreements, and agreement status is continually monitored.

Contact us at 800-455-5996 or info@corningdata.com to find out how you can use JD Edwards Agreement Management to let you measure so you can manage.

 

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