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  1. 1. JD EDWARD
  2. 2. ERP (Defination):- Enterprise resource planning (ERP) is business process management software that allows an organization to use a system of integrated applications to manage the business and automate many back office functions related to technology, services and human resources.
  3. 3. VENDOR:- A person or company offering something for sale, especially a trader in the street.
  4. 4. There are many Vendors of ERP:- 1. SAP 2. Oracle 3. Microsoft 4. Infor 5. Epicor 6. Lawson 7. QAD 8 . SAGE 9 . IFS 10. Consona Corp
  5. 5. If you are in the Market for Enterprise Resource Planning Software (ERP) and you are looking to get more details on exactly what the JD Edwards Enterprise IS?
  6. 6. J.D. Edwards World Solution Company or JD Edwards, abbreviated JDE, was an Enterprise Resource Planning Software company. Products included World for IBM AS/400 minicomputers, One World for CNC architecture, and JD Edwards Enterprise One. Successor: Oracle Corporation Founded: March 1977, Denver, Colorado, United States Headquarters: Denver, Colorado, United States Founders: Dan Gregory, Jack Thompson, C. Edward
  7. 7. • The company name was derived from the initials of its founders’ names, “J” for Jack Thompson, “D” for Dan Gregory, and “Edwards” for “Ed” Edward Mc Vaney. HISTORY • JD Edwards was the very first ERP solution company and they got their name by building accounting ERP software for IBM(International Business Machine) minicomputers in the late 1970s • Today, JD Edwards offers a holistic enterprise solution, helping organizations manage every asset of their business, including financials, sales, inventory, manufacturing, human resources, customer relations and much more.
  8. 8. Exploring JD Edwards Enterprise One Software for Your Business • Within the Enterprise One family, there are over 80 JD Edwards Enterprise One application modules that can support specific business operations, whether it’s project management, order management, reporting needs, or all of the above. Let’s look at these features more closely
  9. 9. • Financial Management • Project Management • Asset Life Cycle Management • Order Management • Manufacturing Management • Reporting • Mobility Features
  10. 10. Financial Management • Financial management is designed to help streamline finance department processes and improve financial reporting accuracy. • Accounts Receivable, Accounts Payable and General Ledger accounting can all benefit from this flexible and collaborative tool that links seamlessly with all other JD Edwards Enterprise One Software solutions.
  11. 11. Project Management • You can actively manage projects from start to finish with Enterprise One Project Management. • This module helps improve the way complex contracts are managed, streamline repetitive billing processes for sales and purchasing, and integrate projects throughout the extended enterprise, to increase financial control and gain better project performance.
  12. 12. • Asset Lifecycle Management can drive greater Value from your assets helping with planning, budgeting, procurement and more. • Harnessing the power of Capital Asset Management, Condition-Based Asset Management, Equipment Cost Analysis and Resource Assignment, businesses can keep assets running at maximum availability, while having the ability to tie costs andrevenue generated to individual key assets. Asset Lifecycle Management
  13. 13. Order Management • Order Management enables order processing to be streamlined and helps businesses control their order tracking systems for the lifecycle of the order, including ordering, fulfillment and tracking.
  14. 14. Manufacturing Management • The manufacturing module can help businesses optimize and develop efficient processes to achieve superior customer satisfaction. • Enterprise One Manufacturing Management can assist with the complete manufacturing process, including pricing and delivery..
  15. 15. Reporting • JD Edwards Enterprise One’s reporting solution, One View Reporting, provides end users with data that can be easily converted into lists, graphs, tables and charts. • It is very flexible to accommodate users’ needs throughout your organization.
  16. 16. Mobility • Workforce mobility has become a requirement to remain competitive in today’s fast-paced business environment. Mobile devices are being used in all aspects of business not only as a source of real-time information but also as a way to improve efficiency and performance. • Increased mobility is transforming industries Enterprise One Mobile Solutions deliver personalized solutions that can be accessed from anywhere at any time.
  17. 17. There are 3 Generations of ERP Software • World • One World • Enterprise One
  18. 18. JD Edwards Enterprise One • It is a suite of enterprise resource planning (ERP) software that is developed and sold by Oracle Corporation. • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne contains more than 80 separate application modules designed to support a wide range of business processes. • The suite includes supply chain management (SCM) software as well as applications for financial management, project management, enterprise asset management, order, manufacturing and operational reporting. • The software suite also features mobile applications that support both iOS and Android and can be used on smartphones and tablets.
  19. 19. • Enterprise One was originally developed by J.D. Edwards, an ERP vendor that released the first version of the suite in 1997 under the name JD Edwards OneWorld. • The name was changed to JD Edwards Enterprise One after J.D. Edwards was acquired by PeopleSoft Inc. in 2003. In 2005, Oracle acquired PeopleSoft, and with it the JD Edwards technology. • The following year, Oracle announced that it would continue to develop and support JD Edwards Enterprise One indefinitely.
  20. 20. • Oracle also still markets a separate suite called JD Edwards World, which was a predecessor to the Enterprise One line. • The two product lines share a common application architecture, but JD Edwards Enterprise One offers more functionality than JD Edwards World does. • JD Edwards Enterprise One also includes a Web-based user interface and runs on multiple hardware platforms, while World runs only on IBM's System i servers.
  21. 21. These business processes are supported by the following JDE modules: • Account Payable • Account Receivable • General Accounting • Inventory Management • Manufacturing • Procurement • Sales Order Management
  22. 22. Once you've placed that purchase order and the supplier has done his part, JD Edwards' Accounts Payable lets you "pay the man", along with all of the other features you need for a complete payables management system Accounts Payable system include: • Supplier Database Management • Voucher Processing • Automatic Payment Processing • Manual Payment Processing • "As Of" Reporting • Integrity Reporting
  23. 23. JD Edwards Accounts Receivables helps you to manage receivables for goods and services sold to customers. It maintains a detailed record of invoices, both open and closed as well as credits due to the customer. When the customer makes payments, it records these payments against the correct : Accounts Receivable (A/R) system include • Customer Master • Accounts Receivable Sub-Ledger • Cash Application • Credit and Collections Management • Deduction Processing • Statement Generation
  24. 24. The General Accounting module lets you set up an accounting system to record and post journal entries from all the various modules within JD Edwards: invoices from the Sales Update process, purchase order receipts from inventory transaction accounts payable vouchers and checks.You can record these journal entries in any currency, and youcan even create balances by both G/L account and currencyfor easier analysis General Accounting system include: • Account Management • Journal Entry Processing • Allocations • Automatic Account Reconciliation • Consolidated Reporting in Any Currency • Annual Close • Integrity Reporting
  25. 25. The JD Edwards Inventory Management module is the "clearinghouse" for all inventory items in the system. It handles receipts of items from inbound purchase orders or work orders and provides a real-time view of items available for sale. Inventory Management system include • Stock and Non-stock Item Management • Item Costs and Prices • Lot Processing and Serial Number Tracking • Inventory Transaction Processing • Tag Counts and Cycle Counts • Kit Processing
  26. 26. Manufacturing system include • Product Data Management • Configurator • Forecasting • Resource and Capacity Planning • Material Planning • Demand Flow® Manufacturing • Shop Floor Management • Engineer To Order • Quality Management
  27. 27. The procurement Management module supports the acquisition of goods and services required by the enterprise, either for internal use, manufacturing and assembly, or re-sale to customers.Purchase orders can be sent to suppliers using a variety of methods, including EDI, e-mail, FAX and (yes, people still do it!) hard copies via snail mail. Procurement Management module include: • Order Entry / Generation • Approval Processing • Order Printing / Transmission • Receipt Processing • Blanket Orders • Quotes (RFQs) • Supplier Management
  28. 28. Sales Order Management is usually the starting point of the Order to Cash business process. However, the actual receipt and application of cash to sales invoices is a part of the Accounts Receivable module (part of the JDE Financials Suite). Sales Order Management (SOM) includes • Order Entry • Pick Slip Print • Ship Confirmation • Invoice Print • Sales Update
  29. 29. There are 3 Roles in JD Edward ERP • Functional Business Analyst • Developer/Programmer • Technical CNC
  30. 30. • Flexible And Reliable Functionality For A Changing Business World • Capital Asset Management • General Ledger: Respond Quickly To Change Advantages
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