MODERN APPLICATION INTEGRATION FOR
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Modern application integration for JD Edwards--connecting the dots (Tech Brief)

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Today’s IT reality in a nutshell: Organizations in every industry rely on a careful selection of systems and applications to meet business needs for functionality and availability, while also maximizing investments. JD Edwards, along with other traditional enterprise software packages, still remain at the heart of many processes and initiatives. On the other hand, cloud-based applications, also called software-as-a-service (SaaS), are almost universally being evaluated or implemented in some respect. The underlying technology behind the application is ultimately becoming less and less important to the organization than the end-result. Enclosed are some common scenarios that demand JD Edwards integration with third-party applications.

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Modern application integration for JD Edwards--connecting the dots (Tech Brief)

  1. 1. MODERN APPLICATION INTEGRATION FOR JD EDWARDS Today’s IT reality in a nutshell: Organizations in every industry rely on a careful selection of systems and applications to meet business needs for functionality and availability, while also maximizing investments. JD Edwards, along with other traditional enterprise software packages, still remain at the heart of many processes and initiatives. On the other hand, cloud-based applications, also called software-as-a-service (SaaS), are almost universally being evaluated or implemented in some respect. The underlying technology behind the application is ultimately becoming less and less important to the organization than the end-result. Below are some common scenarios that demand JD Edwards integration with third-party applications. Cloud-based applications and/or business services that commonly need to be integrated with JD Edwards: > Supply chain management, e.g., 3PL > CRM-to-CRM, e.g., holistic views of customer and prospect information > On-premise HR system integration with outsourced payroll systems > Syncing e-commerce with order management > Collaboration and productivity tools Organizational factors that drive integration between JD Edwards and external systems: > Independent business units > Wholly-owned subsidiaries > Third parties and vendors > Acquisitions What matters is that, as an IT leader, you can see far above the silos to connect all the dots between users and the information and tools they need. Connecting the Dots JD Edwards is most successful at providing the information decision makers need when its architecture is based on people and processes. Luckily, there are many options to connect JD Edwards with third-party applications and cloud-based solutions that are emerging in your environment. A key benefit of JD Edwards is its service- oriented architecture (SOA), which enables you to integrate cloud products that have suitable application programming interfaces (APIs) with native business services. JD Edwards integration capabilities ensure applications across your enterprise work together—while working efficiently—through: > Complex integration support, such as correlation of asynchronous business services, aggregation, workflow, long-running processes, and business process orchestration > A single point-of-entry and a common user interface across multiple disparate applications > Real-time access to critical business performance indicators > Information that improves the speed and effectiveness of a business operation > Monitoring and optimization of processes, identification of bottlenecks in business processes, and capturing of business events TECH BRIEF
  2. 2. About ManageForce We’re ready to help. We have consulted on, supported, or managed hundreds of JD Edwards installations. Fifty percent of the ManageForce team is comprised of former Oracle employees, and we are an Oracle Gold Partner. Every ManageForce team member has 10+ years of experience. In fact, a senior-level, technical program manager is dedicated to each customer to help ensure success. We offer a complete portfolio of JD Edwards services to help you take the next step toward fine-tuning and optimization. We’ve been recognized as a Global Top 100 managed IT services provider, based on number of devices/seats managed and total managed IT services revenue. We support JD Edwards customers: > With locations in every global region, including Europe, Asia-Pacific, North America, and Latin America > Across virtually every industry, such as retail, hospitality, manufacturing and distribution, transportation, automotive, real estate, government, public sector, and higher education > Of all sizes—from SMB to global enterprises—with an approach that offers consistent commitment and care Strategic, including long-term initiatives, project management, etc. Technical Development Functional © 2013 ManageForce Corporation. All rights reserved. All marks are the property of their respective owners. 082113

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