ERP systems help companies manage and maintain company-wide resources, information and specific line-of-business functions.
As cloud computing becomes an essential aspect of business operations there is a pressing need to integrate cloud applications with onpremises applications.
Proliferation of mobile devices, data explosion, and cloud enablement has caused a dramatic shift in IT. Organizations need to rethink their application infrastructures to accommodate increased processing speeds, heightened security and availability concerns for their applications, all while meeting lowered total cost of ownership.
The Internet thus far has primarily been an internet of people who create and consume the data in an interconnected manner.
Leading technology research organizations — including AMR, Gartner Research, The Meta Group and Venture Development Corp. — agree that utilizing real‐time automated data collection (ADC, or often, RF) to feed information to an enterprise software system (ERP) substantially improves the return on investment for the entire ERP investment.
While international ERP deployments are similar in many ways to other large scale IT projects, the international dimension adds a layer of complexity and risk.
So you’ve just created the world’s best solution for your business and implemented it on time and on budget in your most important location.
JD Edwards’ customers on older versions of OneWorld or EnterpriseOne may be looking at moving their ERP system onto newer versions of the product in order to maintain Oracle Support for their systems and to take advantage of new functionalities or technologies to enhance their business productivity.
Businesses are experiencing fundamental changes. These changes range from different ways to engage with customers to new business processes and models, changes in culture, and, most importantly, for the purposes of this discussion, the adoption of transformative technologies.