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As the queue for internal rollouts to be implemented grew to approximately three years, IDEX took the decision to outsource and hire Redfaire International to help their JD Edwards Rollouts in the Netherlands.
Many of you have questions about moving JD Edwards to the Cloud. On February 23rd, Oracle & Redfaire ran a webinar with JD Edwards clients. We were joined by Siobhan Fagan, IT Director at PizzaExpress, and Rob Lee, ICT Manager at CH&CO, to talk about running JD Edwards on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure. After the main presentations, there was a lively Q&A session. It is well worth a watch, some of the key points are highlighted below.
All you need to know about how to ensure your JDE ERP data is safe and compliant. Hear how JD Edwards clients use Redfaire's Datawaire data management solution to reduce risk and ensure compliance with directives such as GDPR.