Andy Klee

From starting out as an elementary school teacher, to his 2008-2010 enrollment in Harvard's Owner/President executive education program, Andy knows firsthand the impact that great teachers and learning experiences have on one's career. Mix in his 25 years of JD Edwards experience, and the result is someone who is passionate about serving the JDE community with services that make a difference in the lives of those who must make use of (and fully understand) JD Edwards software. It is this passion for education that prompted Andy to create the company called Klee Associates, now JDEtips, in 1998.

Recent Posts

Keeping Your JDE Project from Going Off the Rails

Posted by Andy Klee

June 1, 2016 | 10:09 AM

There are so many factors to consider during a JD Edwards project: from deciding what type of upgrade works best for your company to choosing a consultant. But there is one important aspect of the project that many organizations often overlook. JD Edwards expert Andy Klee recently posted about the importance of this commonly forgotten aspect. Read on to find out what it is. 

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Topics: JD Edwards, JDE Training

Lowering TCO for JDE Customers

Posted by Andy Klee

June 30, 2015 | 10:21 AM

Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) is a common yardstick that clients (and prospective clients) use to measure success of their JD Edwards projects. 

You don’t have to look far to find ERP software companies bragging about how low their TCO is. In fact, one big reason why third party hosting and “the Cloud” has become so popular is the emphasis on the total cost of ownership being lower using these alternatives to on-premise hosting.

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Topics: JD Edwards, Guest Blog



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