The State of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

For a very long time, enterprise software was hard to use, hard to look at, and even harder to understand. Green screens and clunky interfaces were the norm. But the software world has changed. Enterprise users are demanding that their software be intuitive, functional, and even pleasing to look at. Oracle understands this and has transformed their JD Edwards EnterpriseOne software to meet the demands of an evolving marketplace.

A report from Allied Market Research states that the global ERP market will reach $78.40 billion by 2026. Oracle knows this ever-growing market better than almost anyone. They also understand that their software products must be functional for a broad range of users. The evolution of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne shows that Oracle is ready to meet user demands and help companies embrace the future.

This is part of the reason why many of the upgrades to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne in version 9.2 are focused on ease of use. User interface and experience features enable employees to train quickly during onboarding so they can begin using and receiving value from the ERP system immediately. A changing workforce needs to be up and running quickly. Gone are the days of spending months reading thick manuals and training to be an ERP expert.