Turtle Wax Recovers Revenue with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Turtle Wax Recovers Revenue with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

Turtle Wax, a manufacturer of automotive appearance products, achieves better data quality management with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne

The Client

Turtle Wax proudly produces innovative product lines to meet the ever changing needs of both car consumers and the automotive industry. Turtle Wax’s primary goal was to improve its business data and implement a system that enabled better data quality management.

The Challenge

The Terillium and Turtle Wax team quickly realized that there were hurdles to overcome as far as the data conversion into the JD Edwards system. Specifically Turtle Wax wanted to:

  • Gain more control over trade promotion dollars
  • Improve company production scheduling and product allocation using order fulfillment

Terillium’s knowledge of pricing and trade promotions allowed the team to build a pricing model that was consistent throughout sales channels and organized in a way that enabled Turtle Wax to better manage the company’s go-to-market pricing strategy.

Our Solution

Terillium’s extensive EDI experience helped Turtle Wax with many trading partner requirements. The team was able to plan and track inventory everywhere in the Turtle Wax supply chain.

The team was able to:

  • Craft a pricing and discount strategy and implement that strategy relying on the Advanced Pricing, Advanced Preferences and capabilities of JD Edwards.
  • Uncover data quality issues that were previously unknown to Turtle Wax. By finding and fixing these issues the Terillium team was able to help Turtle Wax recover revenue before JD Edwards was even in production. The new system ensured better data quality management.
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Improved FinancesUsing multiple capabilities within JD Edwards, Terillium was able to craft a pricing and discount structure, improving Turtle Wax's trading partner requirements.
Better Data QualityBefore even implementing JD Edwards, Terillium fixed some of Turtle Wax's data problems. With the new EnterpriseOne system in place, the company's data quality management continued to improve.
Process VisibilityTurtle Wax wanted to improve production scheduling and product allocation using order fulfillment. Visibility into these processes allowed the company to plan and track inventory everywhere in the Turtle Wax supply chain.
IndustryConsumer Products, Manufacturing and Distribution
ProductsJD Edwards EnterpriseOne: Financial Management, Distribution Management, Manufacturing Management, EDI

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