A business process review (BPR) project is a great way to evaluate your company’s software capabilities, both as prep-work for a larger project and as a standalone review, as it gives you a holistic view of your organization’s JD Edwards software. But when should you do a JDE business process improvement review? Here are three scenarios that we feel necessitate a thorough look at your software.
Do you break into a cold sweat when you hear the auditors are coming? Even when you’ve done your due diligence? I’ve been there. It isn’t a matter of compliance, it’s the thought of compiling the segregation of duties (SoD) data to prove it. It’s the sound of projects coming to a screeching halt while you shift your focus.
In my last post, we reviewed a JD Edwards (JDE) Orchestration case study and considered the impact of EnterpriseOne 188.8.131.52 Tools. Now, let’s focus on UX One Personal Forms and see what the Form Extensions updates might bring.