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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.