Author: Jamie Marino

User Defined Objects (UDOs) is the latest framework from JDE allowing users to personalize the system and share experience. This document is an overview of the latest UDO features with practical examples demonstrating how they can be used within JDE. If you have questions or would

Overview of the JDE E1toolset for archive and purge activities, as well as software currently on the market. We will also discuss corporate archive policies. If you have questions or would like to discuss this topic further, please email David at Let’s talk about what we can

EnterpriseOne Tools 9.2 brings an entire new suite of features and functionality for JDE E1 releases 9.0 and 9.1 and 9.2. Changes such as object tracking, user defined objects (UDO), UXOne, orchestrations, JET, AIS and simplified upgrades are just a few of the new features

The Introduction to AIS and Orchestrator presentation will look at some of the integration points available to us thanks to the AIS (Application Interface Services) server, specifically the E1 Orchestrator which is continually improved upon with each new Tools Release. The goal of this presentation

The goal for this presentation is to discuss business drivers, planning steps, and strategic reasons for doing an E1 Upgrade. Ideas from the presentation will help build a business case for doing an upgrade. We also discuss, at a high-level, the important things to consider

To remain competitive in this evolving digital business world, the ability to interact with mobile users has shifted from a competitive advantage to a basic need.  The demands for ERP access by your customers, employees, and vendors via these devices requires simple, flexible and secure

On May 30, 2018, ERP-One had the opportunity to participate in and sponsor a unique knowledge sharing and collaboration event. The 4th Annual Ontario JDE Public Sector Forum, hosted in Oakville, ON was a rousing success. Twenty-four education breakout sessions, run by moderators from various Public Sector