Terillium Educational Sessions at COLLABORATE 20

Our Sessions at COLLABORATE 20

Are you having issues keeping up with customer demand due to shop floor inefficiencies such as manual completion processing? Not sure how to schedule your facility due to capacity reasons? We have you covered.

This year COLLABORATE 20 has been cancelled for, but the Quest Forum is shifting to a virtual format – the Quest Forum Digital Event. We will still be hosting 8 sessions (including three deep dive workshops) on ERP Cloud and JD Edwards.

To help you navigate the conference, we’ve put together a list of all our sessions at Quest Forum Digital Event. Stay tuned for more information on how to add our sessions to your personal schedule.*

* COLLABORATE registrants are automatically registered for the Quest Forum Digital Event. Browse the sessions here.

Workshop: Move From World to EnterpriseOne Like a Pro

Jason Batte, Vice President of Technology

Dan Barford, Vice President of Project Delivery

Sunday, April 19 | 9:00 AM - 12:00 PM PST

This is a pre-register workshop and must be purchased through the Quest.  This three-hour workshop will focus on why and how World users are moving to EnterpriseOne. Workshop attendees will hear live case studies from organizations who have migrated to E1, what the process entailed and how they were successful. The workshop will cover how World users can evaluate next steps, build the business case and gain internal support. We will also demo the latest tools that organizations are taking advantage of as they move to EnterpriseOne (UX One, Orchestrator). Finally, our team will walk workshop attendees through the world to EnterpriseOne migration process – what to expect as well as how to prepare.

Workshop: Optimizing On-Premise JD Edwards

Adam Farris, Senior Distribution Consultant / Staff Development Lead

Cameron Copper, JD Edwards Consultant

Sunday, April 19 | 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM PST

This is a pre-register workshop and must be purchased through the Quest. Today, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne offers many new tools for process automation, internet of things, cloud integrations, and other emerging technologies. Designed with the best user experience in mind, organizations running JDE EnterpriseOne 9.2 are taking advantage of the latest and greatest. This three hour workshop focuses on practical ways to update and take on-premise JD Edwards to the next level.

Flexible Sales Order Processing - Leveraging Advanced Preferences

Bernadette Durham, Solution Architect / SIG Lead

Monday, April 20 | 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM PST

Advanced Preferences are your key to making a rule set for individual sales order lines based on who you’re selling to, what you’re selling, how you’re selling it, and where you’re selling it from. They provide some of the most flexible sales order controls, and yet are under-utilized in most Sales Order Management solutions. This session will take a look at the basics of setup, and showcase some simple and innovative ways to apply Advanced Preferences to real world business scenarios, including:

  • generating export documents
  •  allocating inventory based on customer lot date requirements
  • supporting promotional payment terms and pricing
  • improving inquiry in P4210 / P42101

9.2 to 9.2 Upgrades - Code Current & Tools

David Toal, Managed Services Director

Monday, April 20 | 4:30 PM - 5:30 PM PST

You made it to 9.2, and you took a deep sigh of relief that you don’t have to go through that again. But is that true? This presentation will look at what it takes to live in a continuous delivery support model where Updates, ESU’s and Tools releases are regularly being released putting your system out of date.

The fact is that JD Edwards is continuing to expand and new functionality is being added through Continuous Adoption and Delivery. The 9.2 that came out of the box is quite different than the 9.2 of today. Staying Current is a momentous task, but this presentation will discuss how to layout a manageable plan to be “near” current by using a mini upgrade approach.

Maximize Your Software Licensing with OTBI for Financial Reporting

Kaushik Subramanian, Manager

Tuesday, April 21 | 9:15 AM - 10:15 AM PST

Utilizing Oracle Transactional Business Intelligence, we were able to create a multi-layer report with drill down capabilities to match the FRS P&L report that was burst-out to many service locations. We were successfully able to limit access to the users based on segment security and only pull relevant P&L data so the end users would be able to successfully research where the monthly activity was coming from if that was a corporate journal entry or a payables invoice that was approved. Lastly, with all the data at their fingertips they would be able to see how their location was doing on a daily basis by reviewing this report as it is up to date at all time.

We recently utilized this approach with a leading LTL freight carrier headquartered in Dayton, Ohio. To keep their technology in line with their thriving business, the company recently decided to migrate from a legacy ERP to Oracle ERP Cloud.

Constructing a Cloud Strategy Fit for 2020 | ERP Cloud Super Session

Shane Eisenhauer, Vice President, ERP Cloud Practice

Lorin Cook, National CIO Advisor, Office of the CTO at Oracle

Tuesday, April 21 | 2:45 PM - 5:45 PM

Just like that, it’s 2020. Cloud technology has come a long way from being a buzz word or a distant concept. The future is here, and many organizations running on-prem ERP have questions on where to go from here. We invite you to join us for the ERP Cloud Super Session at COLLABORATE 20, where we’ll share pivotal insights to answer your cloud questions.

Manufacturing Analytics Made Simple!

Bryan Rose, Senior Manufacturing Lead / JD Edwards Consultant

Wednesday, April 22 | 10:15 AM - 11:15 AM PST

The new UX tool set brings a whole new level of manufacturing analysis and visibility to the table. In this session you will get a deep dive into how new features like notifications, orchestrator, watchlist and E1 wide search have changed how JDE end users gather and analyze data. By the end of this session you will leave a UX expert who can contribute some of these new tools to your organization.

64 Bit! WHY? How?

David Toal, Managed Services Director

Wednesday, April 22 | 1:00 PM - 2:00 PM PST

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.

Workshop: Utilizing Orchestrator in a Manufacturing Environment - Leverage The Power of JD Edwards Orchestrator

Bryan Rose, Senior Manufacturing Lead / JD Edwards Consultant

Thursday, April 23 | 9:00 AM - 10:30 AM PST

This is a pre-register workshop and must be purchased through the Quest. JD Edwards Manufacturing Deep Dive Workshop broken up into two 90 minute sessions focused on popular JD Edwards Orchestrator manufacturing topics:

1. Creating a Simple Shop Floor Interface for End Users Creating a simple & intuitive shop floor user interface is key to enable easy navigation inside of JD Edwards for shop floor users. In this session, you will learn to easily create a shop floor interface which includes function such as clock in/out, material issues, work order completions and more. All of these features are created leveraging the new UX One tools.

2. Enhancing Resource Scheduling with Orchestrator Are you having issues scheduling your facility due to capacity reasons? In this session you will learn how to enhance the JDE capacity planning module leverage the JD Edwards Orchestrator and how it can help get your production line within your specific capacity constraints.

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