February 2013

Authored by Sarah Mack, TeamCain

In January, we conducted a survey to get an idea on what types of business challenges were in store for our customers in 2013 and we wanted to share the results in our blog. The survey participants were all from North American companies that varied in industry; energy providers, educational institutions, manufacturers of various products, pharmaceutical companies and municipalities. Most indicated that JD Edwards EnterpriseOne was their main ERP but we also had some World and PeopleSoft users...

Authored by Alana Smith, TeamCain

I was looking around on the net the other day and came across The 35 Best Geek Number Plates, a blog entry featuring some very amusing “geeky” license plates. I quite enjoyed the “I [heart] MY SQL” and “DRTHVDR”. It got me thinking about JD Edwards license plating (I...

Authored by Sarah Mack, TeamCain

“...we have an extremely satisfied group of JD Edwards customers and our intent is to continue to invest in, enhance and improve that product line ... and simultaneously giving you a graceful bridge so if you chose to move to Fusion this year or ten years...

Authored by Alana Smith, TeamCain
Missed Part One AND Two of this blog series? Read them here and here.

We’ve already looked at the faults...

TeamCain Awarded Partner of the Year by Global Software Inc (Again!)
Global Software, Inc., the official author of the Automation Road Map Strategy for Microsoft® Excel and the No. 1 provider of Microsoft Excel-based automation solutions to the leading Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) platforms, has named TeamCain, a Canadian-based JD Edwards® and PeopleSoft® consulting and value add solution partner, as its 2012 Partner of the Year.

The award, which TeamCain has...

Authored by Sarah Mack, TeamCain

With a new year upon us and moving fast (how is it already February?!), many companies are looking to upgrade their JD Edwards ERP system. A lot of efficiencies can be driven from the enhancements and business process changed that can be enacted. Upgrades can be tricky, especially if you’re in the manufacturing or distribution industry as you have to consider numerous processes. Are they as efficient as they could be? The following are some tips to keep in mind that can help...

Authored by Alana Smith, TeamCain

A lot has changed in a year and two months – I had the time of my life getting married and Oracle released some fancy new versions of JD Edwards. I wrote about JDE support dates back in March 2011 but I thought it was about time that we posted an update. Nothing’s really changed, per se, but with the new releases and the chances that an older release’s support has ended, it’s good to be in the know...