In a nutshell, J.D. Edwards seems poised to deliver applications within its traditional verticals that are wide-ranging, integrated, and modular (loosely decoupled) at the same time, which is apparently a clearer message and a better business model for the company. With a new management team the company seems to have found its soul, as it has finally pinpointed the right offering for its target market (both geography, customer size, and vertical segments wise), and it also seems to be exuding an air of confidence without arrogance, which had rarely, if ever, been seen in the past.
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and scheduling (in both discrete and process manufacturing flavors), web planning, demand consensus forecasting for engineer-to-order (ETO) industries (where the pure statistical forecasting based on historical data does not suffice), multi-site pegging, and supply chain event management (SCEM), J.D. Edwards joins the elite of SCM leaders. Supply chain execution (SCE), on its hand, involves the portal system, advanced pricing module, advanced stock valuation, agreement management, bulk stock management, f