If you could get one wish fulfilled to achieve a great IT
system for your company, what would it be? There’s certainly no shortage of big
ideas that are constantly being promoted and dissected in business and IT
publications, social media, online discussion groups, and blogs. Big data, the
cloud, the Internet of Things are some of the main themes energizing the
current debate, and there are, without question, some great emerging ideas and technologies
that are already driving transformation.
Still, an IT executive might be forgiven for thinking first
about the added complexity these great ideas would bring rather than the solutions
they might provide to business problems. Your IT executive might actually have
some more immediate, pressing concerns that need to be addressed before your
organization is able to launch into big data, the Internet of Things, or the
cloud. While no one can, or would want to, ignore the potential of these
technologies, many businesses deal with a pressing issue that impacts the
efficiency and cost of doing business today – the integration of their system
Application integration or, more accurately, the lack of
integration, can be the “elephant in the room.” Businesses often work with
multiple on-premise systems and cloud applications, but at the same time are
continually driven to optimize their business processes to improve efficiency
and thereby reduce cost. Resolving this conundrum can be a challenge because:
So what is the answer then? How can your IT organization
optimize your ERP business processes today and be prepared for the technologies
of tomorrow? The answer is to think about integrations as an integral part of
any IT strategy and to consider integration capabilities of any solution or
solution set as a key part of buying and upgrade decisions.
The good news is that with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne you
already have or get a comprehensive, agile, and forward-looking integration
solution that enables you to run an efficient business today and will help you
prepare for the great solutions of tomorrow.
How so? Here are just some examples of how JD Edwards
EnterpriseOne not only supports your integration needs but makes these
integrations easy for numerous integration scenarios.
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that JD Edwards offers. JD Edwards integration options include point-to-point
solutions, as well as outbound and inbound batch processes.
engaging with customers’ future needs and requirements. Look for upcoming
discussions of JD Edwards initiatives on how to unlock the potential of ERP in
many industries, like never before, using Internet of Things.
for the latest JD Edwards Integration Platform whitepaper, data sheet, and
other helpful information and tools.
This list does not exhaust the list of integration options
Beyond what is available today, JD Edwards is also actively
Please visit www.learnjde.com