We cover a lot of ground our first day! To get us all on the same page, we’ll start with defining ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) and discuss the critical business processes ERP handles such as Procure to Pay and Order to Cash. We then move into the specifics of the JD Edwards User Interface (Navigation, Shortcuts, etc.) and then to our first application module–Address Book. The JDE Address Book is the foundation for all JDE modules–it’s where Customers, Vendors, Employees, Companies, and Warehouses are first set up.
Menus and Navigation
Versions and Processing Options
User Defined Codes