How to Screw Up Your JD Edwards Project

Posted by Bill Onion

March 28, 2018 | 10:30 AM

A recent JD Edwards project we worked on had all of the classic indicators of a project that was not on the right track. While these red flags were immediately obvious to our team, the client wasn’t initially aware of how these issues would impact the project’s success. To help your team learn from these mistakes, take a look at the following ways you could be screwing up your JD Edwards project without even realizing it.

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Topics: JD Edwards, Implementation

The Definition Phase: Why It's Necessary and What to Expect

Posted by Matt Trimmer

March 14, 2018 | 10:30 AM

Whether our team is implementing a new eCommerce platform or helping a client upgrade their current site, we always start an eCommerce project with the Define Phase. The purpose of the Define Phase is for the client to establish their project vision for our team. Sometimes, however, clients can see the Define Phase as unimportant or a waste of time. We heartily disagree with that; we think that the Define Phase is crucial to the project. Read on to learn why.

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Topics: eCommerce, Implementation

Just Say No to Custom Coding Your Site

Posted by Bill Onion

February 28, 2018 | 10:30 AM

In this day and age and with many prepackaged technologies available, you would think that a custom-built site or software would be a rarity. While it isn’t something we see every day, we have certainly run into our fair share of custom-coded environments in need of some help. So, before you kick off a custom technology project, whether it’s ERP or eCommerce, give some thought to a few of the reasons you shouldn’t custom code your site. 

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Topics: JD Edwards, Magento, Implementation

Recovering from a Failed JD Edwards Implementation

Posted by Bill Onion

February 7, 2018 | 10:30 AM

Failed JDE implementation.pngWith our team’s years of experience with JD Edwards, we’ve seen it all: incredibly outdated systems that need to be brought up to date, unorganized data that needs to be sorted through and loaded into the ERP, and, perhaps the most shocking, failed JD Edwards implementations.

Recently, in two separate projects, our team has been recruited to get a failed JD Edwards implementation back on track. In the process, we’ve learned a thing or two about how to recover that project and what can be done to ensure it doesn’t happen in the first place.

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Topics: JD Edwards, JDE EnterpriseOne, Implementation

What Happens When You Don't Listen to Your Customers?

Posted by Matt Trimmer

September 26, 2016 | 10:30 AM

When implementing an eCommerce site, opinions will fly from all corners of your organization. You hear what the leadership team wants, what the sales team wants, what the tech team wants. But do you know what your customers want? As the end users of the site and your products or services, your customers’ desires for your eCommerce site should be front of mind during the development process.

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Topics: eCommerce, Implementation

What to Expect When You're Expecting an eCommerce Site: Part 3

Posted by Gian Genovesi

July 27, 2016 | 10:17 AM

So, you’ve determined what you need from your eCommerce site and how you will measure success, and you’ve selected a partner and a platform. All that’s left now is to, well, do the project.

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Topics: eCommerce, Implementation

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