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Pros
"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.""The solution is very customizable according to business needs.""We did not have any problems with the scalability of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.""I have found the solutions best features to be financial procurement, inventory, and manufacturing.""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."

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"The solution serves its purpose and does what we need it to do."

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Cons
"We originally used EnterpriseOne for preventative maintenance, but it is not very good at that so we migrated to Maximo for that task.""The flexibility of workflows and multi-industry implementation support should be improved.""Financial side could be expanded by bringing in things like the IMS.""The solution could be easier to implement. However, the complexity was in our internal processes meeting our country's requirements. Every country has a slightly different process, taxation, and rules. That was the difficult part, not the solution itself. I expect our experience would have been more or less the same with any ERP, such as SAP, Navision, or Dynamics.""I would like to see the HR features enhanced with respect to localization for South Africa and other countries.""They have been improving it every day, but it could have more automation."

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"Just implementing an ERP system takes a lot of time."

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Pricing and Cost Advice
"The licensing is for mid-market businesses, where it is cheaper than Oracle Cloud, EBS, or SAP.""There is an annual license for this solution.""It depends on the number of users and the modules that you want to buy. It is licensed on a perpetual license basis. You buy the license costs upfront, and then there is maintenance for support that you pay every year, which is typically about 20%.""The price of the solution is not cheap. However, it is priced average amongst competitors."

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Questions from the Community
Top Answer: 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… more »
Top Answer: It depends on the number of users and the modules that you want to buy. It is licensed on a perpetual license basis. You buy the license costs upfront, and then there is maintenance for support that… more »
Top Answer: Make sure that you have the right strategy on whether you're going to support it internally or you're going to hire an external vendor for it. It needs a specialized skill set; it is not something… more »
Top Answer: The solution serves its purpose and does what we need it to do.
Top Answer: The pricing is reasonable. We do not find it too high. In comparison with other ERP solutions, it's very good. My understanding is that we pay a yearly licensing fee and they take care of everything… more »
Top Answer: I can't speak to finding any missing features. It works well for us. We've had a few small security issues. Just implementing an ERP system takes a lot of time. It takes a lot of time to analyze… more »
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6th
out of 54 in ERP
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8.6
12th
out of 54 in ERP
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Average Words per Review
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9.0
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Overview
Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is an integrated applications suite of comprehensive enterprise resource planning software that combines business value, standards-based technology, and deep industry experience into a business solution with a low total cost of ownership. EnterpriseOne is the first ERP solution to run all applications on Apple iPad. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne also delivers mobile applications.

QAD Cloud ERP is an enterprise resource planning solution designed exclusively for global manufacturing. It supports best-in-class, industry-specific business processes and flexible deployment options.

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Sample Customers
TechNova Imaging Systems (P) Ltd, Jordan Petroleum Refinery, Hosun Universal Co. Ltd., Grupo Corporativo Papelera SA de CV, Label Technology Inc., Uniwax S.A., Al Jaber Group, SOMAR Corporation, SICIM S.p.A.,
Tower International, Kendra Scott
Top Industries
REVIEWERS
Energy/Utilities Company22%
Construction Company17%
Retailer11%
Manufacturing Company11%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company36%
Comms Service Provider16%
Manufacturing Company6%
Energy/Utilities Company5%
VISITORS READING REVIEWS
Computer Software Company40%
Comms Service Provider15%
Financial Services Firm8%
Manufacturing Company6%
Company Size
REVIEWERS
Small Business33%
Midsize Enterprise23%
Large Enterprise43%
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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is ranked 6th in ERP with 6 reviews while QAD Cloud ERP is ranked 12th in ERP with 1 review. JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is rated 8.6, while QAD Cloud ERP is rated 9.0. The top reviewer of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne writes "User-friendly, flexible and easy to customize, and offers good support for different industries". On the other hand, the top reviewer of QAD Cloud ERP writes "Helpful technical support with fair pricing and good stability". JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is most compared with Oracle E-Business Suite, JD Edwards World, SAP ERP, Oracle ERP Cloud and PeopleSoft, whereas QAD Cloud ERP is most compared with SAP ERP, SAP S4HANA, IFS Applications, SYSPRO and NetSuite ERP.

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