JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Valuable Features

Maggie Van Wyk
Chief Financial and Operating Officer at Aicrem Square
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. As long as you apply logic, it is easy to do the technical stuff. It is structured well so you don't always have to depend on technical people to do things like create reports. It has the latest features in terms of embedded mobility and orchestration. The integration with other products is easy to do. Customization is easy to do, as long as you stick to their rules. It can be customized in a cloud-based deployment, as well. There are tools in place that allow users to update the system themselves, without any technical support. Support for developers is easy because they have their own toolset. They have options for using SQL, RPG, and different languages, depending on the hardware that you're using. View full review »
Maggie Van Wyk
Chief Financial and Operating Officer at Aicrem Square
I like the fact that the solution is very customizable according to business needs and adaptive throughout your business processes. It's not very rigid but they've also got all IRFS standards in line for whenever something changes, and you can just apply that to your accounting standards. The strength of the product is that it provides an audit trail regarding what has happened and who was responsible. It's also a very easy to use solution. Already for many years, on the manufacturing side, the orchestrator and the robotics were already in place. It was already embedded as part of the process and their functionality was really good. View full review »
Bin Wu
Lead of Business Intelligence at Canadian Natural Resources
The interface is very user-friendly. The reporting functionality is good. View full review »
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