• IBM seals deals with business app vendors

    IBM has forged deals with two mid-market app vendors to embed its middleware into their software. One company is a competitor of J.D. Edwards, a long-time IBM partner.

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  • IBM configures iSeries to jibe with JD Edwards ERP apps

    iSeries users who want JDE's EnterpriseOne software integrated into their boxes can now get it. But customers will dish out $25,000 to Oracle on top of the cost of the iSeries.

    Mark Fontecchio3,830 pointsBadges:
  • JDE, iSeries shop ditches Oracle for third-party support

    Wholesaler, DCI, moved to third-party maintenance for its JDE suite after the Oracle, PeopleSoft acquisition. The company has seen big savings but said the move isn't for everyone.

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  • Company ditches J.D. Edwards in-house support for third party

    Seeking budget cuts, Koontz-Wagner chose TomorrowNow as a third-party support vendor on its J.D. Edwards software running on its iSeries, saving more than 50% off in-house support and getting better service in the process.

    Mark Fontecchio3,830 pointsBadges:
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne offers hard-hitting modules

    In this expert product review, find out what JD Edwards EnterpriseOne has to offer manufacturers.

    dylan140 pointsBadges:
  • Efficiency more than a pipe dream with JD Edwards applications

    The Womble Company, an industrial pipe coating company, needed more efficient JD Edwards reporting applications. Learn how they found the right match.

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  • PeopleSoft details post-acquisition plan for J.D. Edwards

    PeopleSoft upped financial estimates, confirmed layoffs loom and made good on promises for three product lines. Oracle chimed in, giving investors more time to tender their shares.

    Barney Beal5,165 pointsBadges:
  • PeopleSoft exec: JDE is key to midmarket road map

    There's no question that PeopleSoft Inc.'s acquisition of Denver-based J.D. Edwards & Company will create an enterprise applications force to be reckoned with. The companies have a combined $2.8 billion in revenue, 13,000 employees and 11,000 customers in 150 countries. Executives are still...

    Jon Panker1,090 pointsBadges:
  • Oracle launches takeover bid for PeopleSoft

    Oracle announced its plans to make a takeover bid of PeopleSoft, offering $16 per share. The move throws PeopleSoft's J.D. Edwards acquisition up in the air.

    Jon Panker1,090 pointsBadges:
  • PeopleSoft adds JDE integration as Oracle saga drags on

    PeopleSoft will release a new version of its EnterpriseOne application for manufacturing in December, leaving some customers with no choice but to upgrade.

    Barney Beal5,165 pointsBadges:

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