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The JD Edwards Advisor

News, Insights, and Expert Guidance from Andrews Consulting Group

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Should you go to OpenWorld 2012David Andrews

Wed, 11 Jul 2012 17:25:32 +0000

Oracle OpenWorld is still over 11 weeks away (September 30 – October 4) but those considering going need to decide soon whether to participate this year. Registration costs will increase $300 at the end of this week. More importantly, hotel and flight options become more scarce and expensive as each day passes. OpenWorld has become […](image)

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Collaborate 2012 reflectionsDavid Andrews

Wed, 16 May 2012 14:34:27 +0000

Collaborate is always worthwhile but it forces you to work hard to catch back up after a week out of the office.  The time since Collaborate has given me a chance to reflect on all that I learned there.  This posting will net out my reactions to a great conference. The JD Edwards community was […](image)

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Collaborate 2012 – one of the best ever!David Andrews

Fri, 27 Apr 2012 15:14:44 +0000

Attendance at Collaborate this year was up roughly 50% from 2011 with over 1,100 people from JDE customer organizations and a total of over 6,000 attendees. The move back to Vegas certainly helped but the turnout is also a sign of an improving business atmosphere and a renewed interest in investing in IT. Monday at […](image)

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Why Oracle President Mark Hurd won’t be at CollaborateDavid Andrews

Mon, 23 Apr 2012 16:41:51 +0000

At the first few Collaborate conferences after Oracle acquired PeopleSoft and JD Edwards then President Charles Phillips gave the opening keynote speech. A key message was that Oracle cared deeply about all of its application customers and especially those new to Oracle. I was fortunate enough to interview him on two of those occasions. His […](image)

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JDE at OpenWorldDavid Andrews

Mon, 10 Oct 2011 19:21:46 +0000

OpenWorld is so big it is really many conferences all held together.  To cover as much as possible,I brought along three associates who spent all their time attending JDE specific sessions and talking to JDE customers and partners.  I focused on the keynotes and Oracle big picture sessions while fitting in as many JDE sessions […](image)

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The cloud must go onDavid Andrews

Thu, 06 Oct 2011 18:32:35 +0000 CEO Mark Benioff has become the newest addition to the enemies of Ellison list. Benioff had paid a million dollars for the right to offer a speech at OpenWorld but was told late in the day before his presentation that it was being cancelled. Apparently, Oracle CEO Larry Ellison was worried that Benioff’s message […](image)

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How big is your data?David Andrews

Wed, 05 Oct 2011 17:27:44 +0000

After two days OpenWorld could be called Oracle Hardware World since “engineered systems” is all that Oracle executives seem to want to talk about. The only other topic that has gotten any serious airtime so far is “big data”. A huge sign by the entrance to the main presentation hall declares: Oracle is big data. […](image)

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We have a lot of hardware up here!David Andrews

Tue, 04 Oct 2011 16:40:09 +0000

OpenWorld was kicked off Sunday with the customary CEO presentation. Larry Ellison, however, is not in the habit of doing anything in a customary way. For the fourth year in a row the CEO chose to focus on only one facet Oracle’s complex business –hardware/software appliances, now called “engineered systems”. Oracle’s software offerings were only […](image)

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Getting ready for OpenWorldDavid Andrews

Fri, 30 Sep 2011 19:19:06 +0000

OpenWorld begins this coming Sunday and, as usual, I will be there from start to finish. Oracle never telegraphs what is coming, especially what CEO Larry Ellison plans to address in his annual presentation. Recent years have seen Ellison personally focus on database appliances, especially since the Sun acquisition and that will almost certainly continue […](image)

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The two best ways to meet Larry Ellison in person.David Andrews

Thu, 01 Sep 2011 18:06:28 +0000

        Oracle CEO Larry Ellison is famously elusive.  It is harder to get a private meeting with him than the Pope.  Outsiders, especially reporters and analysts, have almost no chance of ever meeting him.  Only the inner circle within Oracle itself ever has a real two-way dialog with Ellison.  There are, however, two proven ways […](image)

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What I learned at Quest Northeast – Part 1David Andrews

Fri, 29 Jul 2011 13:19:57 +0000

Quest’s annual Northeast conference, held last week at the Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, is always a great source of news, information and gossip.  This year was no exception.  There was no earth-shaking news about either JD Edwards or PeopleSoft, but the era when dramatic things happen to either of them is long past.  Instead, executives […](image)

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EPM, CPM, EIM and other confusing acronyms – making sense out of Oracle’s data management offeringsDavid Andrews

Thu, 09 Jun 2011 15:41:50 +0000

Oracle proclaims itself to be the leader in the Enterprise Performance Management (EPM) market – an assertion that is hard to dispute given the imprecise way in which that acronym is used. Like all of its competitors, Oracle has its own unique vocabulary and associated definitions of the jargon and acronyms it uses. For those […](image)

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2012 starts next week!David Andrews

Tue, 24 May 2011 18:16:28 +0000

Some retailers always rush things a bit by starting to sell Christmas items in September. In a similar way, Oracle likes to jump the gun by starting its Fiscal Year 2012 on June 1. This unusual schedule impacts the way Oracle interacts with its customers in a number of important ways. First, all energy in […](image)

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The JDE alliance with IBM gets strongerDavid Andrews

Mon, 16 May 2011 19:03:16 +0000

One of the more intriguing aspects of the IT industry is that businesses are often both great friends and bitter enemies at the same time. Oracle and IBM provide a great example. Oracle CEO Larry Ellison could hardly have been more vitriolic in his attacks on IBM’s hardware business at OpenWorld last September. Ellison used […](image)

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Ekdahl informs and entertains at Collaborate 2011David AndrewsEkdahl and clown

Mon, 18 Apr 2011 12:51:36 +0000

Oracle VP Lyle Ekdahl can be counted on to be entertaining whenever he makes a public appearance as he did Tuesday at Collaborate 2011.  His annual state of the union address to over 500 of the faithful was energetic, articulate and informative as usual.  His declaration that we are entering a “new era for ERP” […](image)

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Rep gone rogue or disturbing trend?David Andrews

Thu, 07 Apr 2011 19:51:24 +0000

A JDE customer has told me that the local Oracle applications sales team is pushing his company hard to replace JDE with eBusiness Suite. In doing so the Oracle team has lost all credibility with this customer and has made serious enemies out of the many JDE advocates within his company. I have heard a […](image)

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Why Mark Hurd won’t come to Quest – but you shouldDavid Andrews

Fri, 01 Apr 2011 14:31:49 +0000

Every year I look forward to Collaborate, this year especially as I sit in Connecticut watching snow fall on April Fools Day. Orlando is certain to be nice this time of year, but my excitement about the event goes way beyond the prospect of finally feeling warm again. Every past trip to Collaborate has been […](image)

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Whatever happened to Fusion Applications?David Andrews

Thu, 17 Feb 2011 18:48:59 +0000

Oracle Fusion Applications were announced with great fanfare at an event at San Francisco City Hall over five years ago.  The announcement created a high enough level of concern and confusion that a year later Oracle introduced the concept of “Applications Unlimited” – a promise to keep the traditional applications (including JDE and PeopleSoft) viable […](image)

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JD Edwards Partner SummitDavid Andrews

Thu, 03 Feb 2011 16:12:45 +0000

 Over 300 people attended the recent JD Edwards Partner Summit in Denver – a clear indication that the product line remains alive and well.  Most were from the US with a sprinkling of partners from each of the other regions around the world.  Everyone that I talked to echoed the same story – after a […](image)

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What’s hot and what’s not in 2011 at OracleDavid Andrews

Tue, 11 Jan 2011 13:36:15 +0000

 Speculation always seems to be fashionable at the start of a new year.  Why not engage in some regarding where Oracle is likely to focus its attention in 2011?  Before doing so, the obvious observation must be made that Oracle is currently on a roll. It appears to be poised for another year of growth, […](image)

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