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Value Chain Planning for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

By john.bermudez on June 3, 2009 6:45 AM

Oracle’s Value Chain Planning suite has been integrated to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne ERP application using an AIA Product Integration Pack (PIP). This integration will be available in second half of 2009. The Value Chain Planning suite, which recently received the highest rating in Gartner’s Supply Chain Planning Process Automation MarketScope report, will further extend the robust supply chain planning capabilities currently available for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. Most notably, this integration adds best-in-class capabilities for sales and operations planning, inventory optimization, collaborative planning, analytics-based performance management and demand signal repository capabilities. The Value Chain Planning suite also includes modules for supply chain and manufacturing planning, demand management, production scheduling, network design and supply chain optimization.

Oracle will continue to support the existing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Supply Chain Planning applications and support gradual adoption of modules from the Value Chain Planning suite. Your account manager can provide more details on the conversion process. More information on Oracle’s supply chain planning applications can be found here. Watch this blog for more information.


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