4 Benefits to Upgrade to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2:
1. UX One Roles
UX One is a collection of new functionalities that can be found in JDE 9.2:
UX One Roles are defined according to security requirements and can be personalized based on the organization’s various departments.
Users can now create and modify those new functionalities on their own, thus allowing departments to be self-sufficient.
2. One View Financial Statements (OVFS) with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2
Financial statements are typically complex reports, usually requiring the time and assistance of experts.
The new OVFS feature introduced with the release of JDE 9.2 enables finance departments to take up the responsibility for the development and maintenance of those numerous reports.
OVFS makes it easier than ever to add KPI’s calculations and related diagrams. This new feature allows the creation of more visual reports thus making them easier to read.
3. Income Recognition with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2
Accounting standards pertaining to the recognition of income and sales costs are increasingly complex. Consequently, revenues must be recognized at the time the product is being delivered rather than at the time of invoicing.
A new feature comprised in JDE 9.2 sales module, allows the management of delayed earnings and their automated recognition.
4. Collaboration Within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2
With the experience of cloud and the native integration of Oracle Content, JDE 9.2 offers a collaborative solution to cloud-based document management.
Sharing and annotating documents, and up keeping the dialog between system users (whether they are internal or external to your organization) are now possible. Thanks to Collaboration it is now possible to communicate within JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.