• 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.

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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.

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  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne offers hard-hitting modules

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

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  • 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.

    searchCRM1,390 pointsBadges:
  • Government clears PeopleSoft-JDE deal

    Federal authorities have given PeopleSoft the green light to acquire J.D. Edwards, but Oracle isn't giving up on its takeover bid and has extended its deadline for investors.

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  • Timeline: The PeopleSoft acquisition trail

    SearchCRM.com examines the history of Oracle's acquisition of PeopleSoft -- from buying J.D. Edwards to the tendering of shares.

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  • J.D. Edwards shop turns to SAP subsidiary for support

    In the wake of the J.D. Edwards acquisitions, Koontz-Wagner has switched from Oracle to TomorrowNow for support of its systems.

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  • Improve JD Edwards ERP user adoption with Oracle UPK

    An Infosys expert lays out four major ways to increase JD Edwards ERP adoption using the Oracle User Productivity Kit.

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  • Midmarket companies find JD Edwards upgrades a good fit

    At some point, your JD Edwards shop will have to decide whether to switch to a different product, upgrade or stay where you are. Learn what two other organizations did when working through JD Edwards upgrades.

    searchCRM1,390 pointsBadges:

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