Terillium Educational Sessions at JD Edwards INFOCUS Dive Deep

Our Sessions at JDE INFOCUS Dive Deep

Join us virtually October 18-21 for the all new, all digital, and all JD Edwards conference – INFOCUS Dive Deep. A lot has changed both in the world and with the JD Edwards product. This is the event that will allow you to dive deep into practical learning, dig into new releases, and hone your JD Edwards skills. Let us help leveraging your JDE investment and plan for the future by finding creative and innovative ways to meet your organization’s needs.

This year at JD Edwards INFOCUS Dive Deep, we will be hosting 9 sessions including a Digital Transformation workshop. To help you navigate the conference, we’ve put together a list of all our sessions at JDE INFOCUS Dive Deep.

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1. Workshop | Embracing Digital Transformation in JD Edwards and Beyond

Bryan Rose, Director of Digital Transformation at Terillium, Inc.

Monday, October 18 | 1:30 PM - 3:30 PM EDT

The term “Digital Transformation” is thrown around continuously in organizations, but many people don’t understand what it truly is and how they can embrace it. In this session you will learn what digital transformation is and the types of goals it looks to accomplish. We will also talk about a couple key digital transformation enablers which include: JDE Orchestrator JDE UX One Oracle Cloud Edge Products IOT Mobile Infrastructure.

2. MiniUpgrades: Bring your 9.2 Current

Christopher Haraf, Technical Manager at Terillium, Inc.

Tuesday, October 19 | 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM EDT

You’ve been on 9.2 for years, now is the time to get current again. A MiniUpgrade is meant for you to update your E920 system to the latest Tools Release, get Code Current, and convert to 64-bit. You may also need to update your OS and DB level. Take advantage of the latest offerings from Oracle while limiting risk to your current system.

3. Saving Time in Configuration and Documentation

Bill Powell, Senior Functional Consultant at Terillium, Inc.

Tuesday, October 19 | 12:15 PM - 12:45 PM EDT

The configuration utilities application provides a launching point for configuring control/system data and business data. These applications are meant for highly trained consultants or Subject Matter Experts. This is not an ideal everyday use application. Mass data deletes are available and should be cautioned.

This functionality has been around since 8.98, yet many seasoned consultants are not aware or don’t utilize this tool

The available applications are intended for mass export and import of data to and from spreadsheets. After the initial load of the data, the existing base applications should be used for maintaining data.

Overall utilization should not be given to end users or clients, mainly due to the incredible functionality and ability to remove all records from certain tables. This process should be carefully accessed and utilized.

Using base Excel skillsets, quick analysis can be used for assessment and change management or audit controls.

4. 64 Bit - What you Need to Know

David Toal, Director - Managed Services at Terillium, Inc.

Tuesday, October 19 | 4:15 PM - 5:15 PM EDT

JD Edwards is now 64-bit, and everyone is excited, but WHY?   This presentation takes a deeper look at why your next tools upgrade should be 64-bit.  And once you make that decision, what is going to take to put into that your environment.   We will look at how that may affect your interfaces, ODBC connections and printer drivers.

5. Improving Order Entry Efficiency with UDOs

Bernadette Durham, Solution Architect at Terillium, Inc.

Wednesday, October 20 | 8:30 AM - 9:30 AM EDT

Everyone that sees User Defined Objects “how to” sessions understands that they’re cool and useful but recognizing where to use them to maximize user efficiency isn’t always obvious. In this session we will look at how different UDOs can be used in both Sales Order and Purchase Order entry to put information in the right place for the user to act on, support more effective lookups over address book and item data, simplify the forms layouts for data entry, and drive effective management of open sales orders.

6. Utilizing New Tools for Passing Versions via Report Service Requests in Orchestrations

Nathan Ley, Senior Consultant at Terillium, Inc.

Wednesday, October 20 | 5:00 PM - 5:30 PM EDT

How to leverage the new Report Service Request enhancement, via Tools Release, of dynamically passing different Batch Versions through an Orchestration.

7. Sales Order Processing "Tips and Tricks"

Tamara Atchley, Solution Architect at Terillium, Inc.

Bernadette Durham, Solution Architect at Terillium, Inc.

Thursday, October 21 | 11:00 AM - 12:00 PM EDT

Almost every software project starts out with a commitment to “implement the base software” and delivering on this commitment in Sales Order Management means that we often need to get creative with how applications are used to meet business requirements. In this session I’ll look at how we can extend the functionality of standard solutions, use UDOs for more robust search options, and leverage some rarely used programs to deliver optimal system processes and avoid enhancements.

8. Simplifying Orchestrations through Multiple Row Selections in Form Requests

Nathan Ley, Senior Consultant at Terillium, Inc.

Thursday, October 21 | 12:15 PM - 12:45 PM EDT

How to leverage the new Form Request Orchestrator enhancement, via Tools Release, of selecting multiple rows to simplify and streamline otherwise advanced Orchestrations.

9. EnterpriseOne Search - An Alternative to Enhancing User Inquiries

Bernadette Durham, Solution Architect at Terillium, Inc.

Thursday, October 21 | 2:15 PM - 3:15 PM EDT

How can I search for a customer address record based on their city, state and zip? How can I narrow down my item lookup in purchase order entry to only view items for my specific vendor? The answer used to be “you can’t without an enhancement” – there were some workarounds, but nothing that completely met the business need. And then along came EnterpriseOne Search! This UDO allows custom searches to be built, including over multiple business views or tables, so that you can provide lookups on the fields that the users need, display only the data that is useful, and allow selection of records directly from the search. The E1 Search can be used in almost any application or functional area – this session will be based in Distribution applications, but that’s a limitation of the time we have and not the tool itself!