JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is a suite of applications that deals with enterprise resource planning. It makes use of standards-based technology, strong industry experience and business value to deliver enterprise application modules to help you build your own solutions that are fit to your needs. There are several solutions that JD Edwards EnterpriseOne offers, touching on different aspects of your business. For example, they have financial management solutions that help you deal with accounts payable, accounts receivable, expense management, fixed asset accounting and other processes. They also have project management applications, asset lifecycle management applications, order and fulfillments management applications, manufacturing management applications, as well as mobile and reporting solutions.
Meanwhile, Oracle Fusion Middleware is primarily an enterprise innovation platform that helps businesses create and deploy business applications that make use of modern software and hardware architectures. It helps you come up with applications that work on site, on mobile devices, and on the cloud, as well as social channels. You can be sure that Oracle Fusion Middleware is compatible with Oracle products, such as Oracle Engineered Systems and Oracle Database. In short, it helps you come up with applications that help your business succeed.
Seems like there is an overlap between the two, but did you know that you could use Oracle Fusion Middleware with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne?
You can use the features and tools of both Oracle programs
Oracle Fusion Middleware is simply the best middleware suite that exists now. It is the top platform for developing cloud applications, data integration applications, business process management applications, user interaction, enterprise performance management, content management, SOA management, application server, business intelligence and identity management.
All Oracle Fusion Middleware products are guaranteed and tested to work with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.
You can use the features of both, such as the Oracle E1 adapter that comes out of the box. One tool gives you inherent capability to create and use Web services and that includes basic integrations that are done point by point. There are already more than 70 integration points that are currently prebuilt and available for use.
You can also work with OBPEL Process Manager, which can move from enterprise application integration and batch to service oriented architecture. You can even add more functionality to your applications by using the applications in both JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Oracle Fusion Middleware by using Oracle BPEL Process Manager’s features to coordinate business flows even across different applications.
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne has a supports service-oriented architecture, making it very helpful in deriving business value from Oracle Fusion Middleware. What you get are comprehensive connectivity to JDE and scalable infrastructure. You can also have quick development of your apps.
If you have more questions about Oracle Fusion Middleware, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and using one with the other, call Four Cornerstone at 1 (817) 377 1144 today. We have Oracle certified professionals who can help you with every step of the way. You can also reach us through our online contact form.
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