One of the largest, award-winning teams of JDE experts

Terillium has over 160 full-time, U.S. based ERP consultants on our team. Our JDE team has an average of 16 years of professional experience, and 14 years average experience with JDE. Our team’s expertise, along with our proven methodology and project management approach, is a combination businesses can rely on during the JD Edwards implementation process.

Our Methodology

Our JD Edwards implementation methodology is comprised of five stages: Launch, Initiate, Integrate, Educate, and Go-Live. Read a short description below and contact us to learn more about Terillium’s ERP methodology.


Focus on the overall organization of the project. Defining project scope and business objectives. Identify project leaders.


Focus on the detailed business requirements. Conduct project team overview training, and initial configurations, testing and documentation.


Focus on detailed system designs, development, and testing of the new system. Analysis and development of training plans.


Focus on final preparations for go-live. Final testing and in-depth training. Verify all aspects are ready for go-live.


Focus on going live! Post go-live support and ensuring knowledge transfer and system functionality.

Our Project Management Approach

All of our 160+ consultants are trained on our proven methodology and project management approach, allowing Terillium to deliver consistent, reliable ERP services.

Terillium also has robust project management practices and tools that foster effective management and communications throughout the ERP implementation project. Contact us to learn more.


How to ensure a successful ERP project

Over the past 20+ years in business we’ve learned key factors needed for a successful ERP implementation. See a summary below and download our ERP Success Factors eBook for more information.
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One of the biggest issues during a project is data conversion moving data from the old system and mapping it into the new ERP. Get ahead by reviewing your data now. Set clear standards for data entry going forward in the new system.


Thirty years ago, ERP systems had to be custom developed, requiring extensive IT involvement and resources.

Today, selecting and implementing a new ERP system is much more than an IT initiative. It is a business initiative and something that can shape a company’s future.

Top executives need to be involved and fully visible in ERP system implementations, taking ownership and giving guidance throughout the process.


Successful implementations happen when ERP experts work with businesses to guide the process. Clear and frequent communication is paramount, as is extensive training.