Quest JD Edwards INFOCUS 2023 – Terillium Educational Sessions

Our Sessions at JDE INFOCUS

Join us in person September 27th through the 29th for the JD Edwards conference – INFOCUS. We are excited to be back with you in Denver, as this year’s event promises a plethora of enriching experiences for all attendees. From visionary keynotes to hands-on workshops, from networking opportunities to in-depth sessions, INFOCUS 2023 is set to redefine how you engage with the JD Edwards Community.

This year at Quest JD Edwards INFOCUS, we will be hosting 4 sessions on multiple JDE topics. To help you navigate the conference, we’ve put together a list of all our sessions at Quest JDE INFOCUS.

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1. CNC Role in JD Edwards Release 23 and Beyond

Chris Speciale, JDE Senior Consultant at Terillium Inc.
Christopher Haraf, Director of Technology at Terillium

Wednesday, September 27 | 2:00 PM - 3:00 PM MT | Governor's Square 17

Harness the new tools provided with R23 to power creative solutions. CNC tools enable advanced lifecycle management configurations and simplify administration. Learn strategies to leverage the latest capabilities within your organization.

3. Minimizing Downtime with R23

Christopher Haraf, Director of Technology at Terillium Inc.
Chris Speciale, JDE Senior Consultant at Terillium Inc.

Thursday, September 28 |3:30 – 4:30pm MT | Plaza Court 7

Harness new E1 tools and architecture in your enterprise to reduce downtime. New functionality including virtual job queues, no downtime package deploys and kernels that reconnect can be leveraged separately or along with architecture solutions to greatly limit your system downtime.

4. Hidden in Plain Sight: A Punch List of JDE EnterpriseOne Tips and Tricks I was the Last Person to Discover

Chris Papineau, JDE Senior Consultant at Terillium Inc.

Friday, September 29 | 11:15 – 12:15pm MT | Governor’s Square 16

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is a complex product and CNC is niche which has grown over the past 28 years or so into an enormous plant named Audrey which seems to be saying “Feed me!” Any CNC can get caught up in these tentacles and see their install or upgrade grind to a halt over numerous single point failures, nuances, and tribal knowledge items. This session will document an eclectic assortment some of these items, relevant to installs, upgrades, and configuration. Included and JAS server tweaks, fixes to back-end Enterprise server problems, Configurator UXone issues, and useful SQL solutions to JDE conundrums. This is a surface level survey of useful roadblock eliminators rather than an open heart surgery session into bare metal details.

Margo BurichinAugust 22, 2023