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Oracle Application Management Suite for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne - license

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Oracle Application Management Suite for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is a complete, integrated, and best-of-breed business-driven application management solution that helps you achieve high levels of application performance, availability, agility and control, and reduces the cost of managing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications.

Application Management Suite for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne helps you manage your key business processes. You may define the applications/and business processes, the infrastructure that they run on as services, and establish service level objectives against the various business processes and infrastructure components.

Application Management Suite for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne provides a set of tools to monitor and troubleshoot the core components of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications. It lets you monitor the health of JD Edwards EnterpriseOne specific components such as Enterprise Server, as well as infrastructure components such as Database Server and Web Server.

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Specifications are provided by the manufacturer. Refer to the manufacturer for an explanation of the print speed and other ratings.
System Requirements
Platform: AIX , HP-UX , iOS , Linux , Solaris , Windows

License Category: License
License Qty: 1 processor
License Type: License

Brand: Oracle
Compatibility: PC , Unix
Manufacturer: Oracle Software
Model: for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne
Packaged Quantity: 1
Product Line: Oracle Application Management Suite

Category: Networking applications
Subcategory: Network - monitoring & performance management , Network - system & remote management

Product Reviews
Oracle Application Management Suite for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne - license is rated 3.8 out of 5 by 6.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from We use it for warehouse automation for a logistic company. Improvements to My Organization:It carries out warehouse automation for a logistic company.Room for Improvement:The application is growing and should include a lot of improvements over a short period of time.Use of Solution:I have used this solution for around 15 years.Stability Issues:There were no stability issues.Scalability Issues:We did not have any scalability issues.Technical Support:The technical support level is quite good.Initial Setup:This product is an ERP tool. The level of complexity depends on a lot of variables. Generally, it is straightforward.Cost and Licensing Advice:This product is for medium/large companies, i.e., those with sales of more than €20 million.Other Advice:Find a good IT company to implement it. A project could fail if you don't have the correct partner.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We are Oracle partners.
Date published: 2017-03-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from ERP system that provides warehouse management, advanced pricing, and sales order management. Valuable Features:* Warehouse management* Advanced pricing* Sales order management* Inventory* Procurement and subcontracting* Bulk stock management* Fulfillment management* Advanced stock evaluation* Environmental accounting and reportingImprovements to My Organization:Order processing time has been reduced by 30% (KPI metric). There are many such instances that were shared by various clients in my consulting career.Room for Improvement:I would like to see improvements in:* Change in grade & potency on volume control (BOM) while issuing a work order* Work order approval process* Transportation module rate schedule flexibility* PO receipt reversal using the EDI process* Purchase order approval process* Landed cost rule hierarchy definition* Account codes that can have legacy description for reporting* Sourcing processes with more flexibility and direct relationships with the purchase cycle* Self-requisition process approval setup to be made available for the purchase cycleUse of Solution:My experience in JD Edwards has been for about 17 years. I worked with almost all the versions of JD Edwards: WorldSoft, OneWorld XE, and EnterpriseOne.Stability Issues:We had stability issues, but Oracle support resolved them.Scalability Issues:I did not encounter any issues with scalability.Previous Solutions:As a consultant, I have been involved with many successful JD Edwards implementations. The changes were for the better.Initial Setup:The setup was complex for the most part. In a few cases, it was simple.ROI:The ROI is good.Other Solutions Considered:In pre-sales, we used to appraise our clients on the strengths and weaknesses of the product.Other Advice:It’s a good ERP system that gives users ease-of-use, the flexibility to integrate with other systems, and the ability to meet most of the KPIs.Disclaimer: My company has a business relationship with this vendor other than being a customer:We have business relationship with Oracle and SAP.
Date published: 2017-03-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Provides easy maintenance, fast development times, and complete modules. It supports multiple OSs. Valuable Features:* Easy maintenance* Fast development* Very complete modules* Multi-platform* Multi-languages* Multi-currency* Completely configurable* Integration with mobile applications* Web services* and more.Improvements to My Organization:File management is easy to obtain. We do not need to spend user time to sort the information.Gives us better work-floor management and easy integration with scanners, dispatch, etc.EnterpriseOne has been the product that allows us to focus on our products and not on our ERP, and this means a lot.Room for Improvement:Project management and CRM. Oracle has another solution for these areas. These functional areas of ERP are not on top of the market. You will need to purchase a specific solution.Use of Solution:I have used EnterpriseOne for eight years.Stability Issues:I did not encounter any issues with stability when the system is updated by people who do understand the road-map and the product. With EnterpriseOne, you need to have good developers to keep up the performance of the system. All companies need adjustments and developments, but they must be performed taking as a reference 'the future' of the products, retrofits, updates, etc. Then you can be updated every two years and not getting stacked into a version.Scalability Issues:We have not really had any scalability issues.Technical Support:Oracle has improved a lot. This was a pending subject I when I raised my first service request to Oracle and it took months to get an answer. Nowadays, I am getting a web conference, call, or an email after sending my request. My last issue was solved within two weeks (a tricky one). This is an 4/5 to me.Previous Solutions:To be a great competitor, you need to be surrounded by the best employees, best products, best service and best technology and, from my point of view, Oracle is doing this very well.Initial Setup:EnterpriseOne can be multi-platform. That means you can have two servers on Linux, one on Windows and the last one could be an AS400. This complexity cannot be provided for by another product. My initial setup was complex, but the architecture was very complex, too. After that, I have had multiple easy setups. The best way to achieve this is to choose only one OS for your servers; otherwise it could be a nightmare.Cost and Licensing Advice:This is a product for medium to large companies. It is not cheap, but it is not expensive. You must be able to analyze the price of maintenance, consultancy, times to develop a solution, etc. The first invoice is not the most important. This is a long time relationship (Company+ERP).Other Solutions Considered:* Navision* SAP* OpenBravoOther Advice:Ask for demo's, because maybe my vision is not your vision. The best way to know the product is to ask for small demo's.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 3 out of 5 by from The robust supply chain model reduces the need for customization. The report development tools need more GUI interfaces. Valuable Features:Robust supply chain model: This greatly reduces the need for customization via code changes.Improvements to My Organization:It incorporates industry specific standards thereby inculcating a process oriented work culture.Room for Improvement:The report development tools needs more GUI interfaces and it needs to be more user centric. There is another view reporting tool that works on these guidelines.Use of Solution:I have been using EnterpriseOne for 18 years.Stability Issues:We have not had much issue with stability.Scalability Issues:We have not had any scalability issues.Technical Support:I rate technical support 4/5.Previous Solutions:We were using something else. We switched to meet business demands.Cost and Licensing Advice:Licensing is a bit complex, especially after it was acquired by Oracle.Other Solutions Considered:We looked at SAP.Other Advice:It’s a good and configurable product. Need to ensure that the business hires the right resources to implement it.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2017-02-23
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The most valuable feature is the scope of functionality that it covers. Valuable Features:The most valuable feature is the scope of functionality that JD Edwards covers. You could start small with something like financials and HR payroll, and you can expand it to be used for asset maintenance, distribution, manufacturing. It also comes with a development tool set so that you can add onto it fairly easily.Improvements to My Organization:It's quite cost-effective in comparison with other ERPs. The rest of them are all expensive.Room for Improvement:They could enhance the reporting tools. We've been looking for a joint venture billing solution, which is actually on the road map, so it's coming.Stability Issues:It's very stable. It's been around for 30 years or so. EnterpriseOne came out in the mid-90s, so that makes it over 20 years old, but they continually add new features and functionality all the time.Scalability Issues:It's also very good. It runs on different platforms, so you can pick and choose which hardware system you would like for whatever scale of company you are. I used to work for a very large oil company that ran it for about 15,000 people. I know that there's companies larger than that, as well.Technical Support:I personally haven't used it recently, but folks on my team have, and the answer is always, "It depends." If it's a fairly straightforward answer, they're very good at pointing you to wherever the technical documentation is so that you can look it up yourself again next time. If it's complex, or there's some debate on whether the item is a bug or functioning as designed, it does take quite some time to get through that, and from a customer perspective, sometimes you have to be pretty persistent.Other Solutions Considered:A lot of it is the partnership. Lots of vendors are willing to sell you a product, but then aren't there when something goes wrong. It really needs to be a relationship for the long term when you're looking for the solution, as well as meeting all of the functional requirements that you have.Other Advice:I would rate it a 9, because it's the best in the ERPs, as far as I'm concerned, but it's never perfect, so it will never be a 10.Definitely give JD Edwards a chance, and make sure you talk to other JD Edwards customers before you make your decision.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-05-31
Rated 4 out of 5 by from The programming language is certainly understandable and manageable for someone at my level. I'm not a programmer all the time but I make mods to the software to support the needs of the business. Valuable Features:The programming language is the most valuable feature for me. I'm all about flexibility so that I can respond to what my users need. The fact that we have the capabilities to do our own customizations is huge. The programming language is certainly understandable and manageable for someone at my level. I'm not a programmer all the time but I make mods to the software to support the needs of the business. The interface for making the mods and things like that is straightforward enough and it works. That's very handy.Improvements to My Organization:We're a very small company, so having one product that can run basically almost every aspect of our business is very valuable. There's one thing to manage, one conference to attend. We run everything. We don't have very many third-party apps bolted on.There's also a time-savings element, and a frustration with the data interface. I've been in the industry for a long time and came before JD Edwards from a situation where we had a number of so-called best-of-breed. Then as IT, you're constantly moving data back and forth and that lends its own set of complications and problems and disconnects. JD Edwards has mitigated a lot of that.Room for Improvement:I have found a couple of bugs in my career, but more often it's just a missing functionality or inconsistent interface. I think their Transportation Management module, that's one of the bolt-ons that we have, is very limited. That would probably be my main complaint. We had to buy another solution to address that.I'm part of the TechSig and I thought it was kind of funny that the top thing on our TechSig list is to bypass the OK button because every time you run a report, it comes up to the "do you want to change your printer?" screen and a user must click OK. It is one of those silly things and it's just an extra click, but it's unnecessary. Yet, it's been there for 20 years probably! That's just a small example.Use of Solution:We implemented it in 2001.Deployment Issues:We've had no real issues with deployment.Stability Issues:I would have to say no, definitely no major issues with stability.Scalability Issues:As far as scalability goes, we're a very small company, but we were able to implement the portions of the program that we needed. Other than that okay button for the printing, we're able to bypass features that we don't need because we're not a big company. And because of the way it's designed with processing options and version and things like that, we can tailor it for our business needs. As we've grown, we've added new functionalities and we've done a few mods.So it's been growing with us. I think we have a long ways to go. We're still a small company and we were probably the smallest customer at the time when we implemented. We're probably not anymore, but we're still very small as far as the arena, so we have a long ways to go before we outgrow it.Initial Setup:At the time, JD Edwards had completely rewritten their software, and I understand that now. I hadn't been exposed to it before. It was very cohesive at the time, I thought, for software. Sometimes you use software and you can almost tell, "oh, this module was bolted on and re-patched, but it clearly was written by a different group with a different focus." Whereas, JD Edwards at the time was all written fairly together with a new vision. I would say that the implementation was pretty good.Other Advice:It's definitely fulfilled most of our business needs. The flexibility is really number one up there. I have only worked a little bit with other ERP systems, such as SAP, and JD Edwards surpasses that.When you're comparing JD Edwards to any other tool, look at the flexibility. Look at the capabilities to change it, for it to grow with you as a company, for it to support business needs that you don't need now, but you're going to need in the future. That's very important.Disclaimer: I am a real user, and this review is based on my own experience and opinions.
Date published: 2016-05-17
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