JD Edwards Supply Chain Management (SCM)

Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Supply Chain Management is the core for demand-driven manufacturing and distribution. These software modules promote revenue growth and cost reduction by improving fulfillment rates, allowing better asset and capacity utilization and expanding market dominance while reducing inventory, shrinking lead times, and achieving overall cost-of-goods improvements.

JD Edwards Supply Chain Management is a family of applications in Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne product line.

  • Advanced Pricing
  • Agreement Management
  • Apparel Management
  • Configurator
  • Fulfillment Management
  • Demand Scheduling Execution
  • Product Variants
  • Sales Order Management

 Food and Beverage Producers 

  • Blend Management
  • Grower Pricing and Payments
  • Grower Management

 Manufacturing and Engineering

  • Configurator
  • Demand Flow® Manufacturing
  • Manufacturing - Accounting
  • Manufacturing - ETO Foundation
  • Manufacturing - Lean Execution
  • Manufacturing - PDM
  • Manufacturing - Shop Floor
  • Plant Manager's Dashboard
  • Oracle's Agile Product Lifecycle Management
  • Quality Management
  • Requirements Planning

 Value Chain Planning

  • Advanced Planning Command Center
  • Advanced Supply Chain Planning
  • Collaborative Planning
  • Demand Management
  • Demand Signal Repository
  • Global Order Promising
  • Inventory Optimization
  • Predictive Trade Planning and Optimization
  • Production Scheduling
  • Rapid Planning
  • Real-Time Sales and Operations Planning
  • Service Parts Planning
  • Strategic Network Optimization

 Supply Chain Execution

  • Advanced Stock Valuation
  • Bulk Stock Inventory
  • Inventory Management
  • JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Integration - Oracle Transportation Management
  • Product Variants
  • RFID Processor
  • Transportation Management
  • Warehouse Management

 BENEFITS

  • Streamline everything from the earliest sales forecasts to customers' acknowledgements of orders received.
  • Model complex supply chain scenarios, factoring in all relevant costs and all potential supply and demand constraints.
  • Extend supply chain business processes to customers, suppliers, and partners, making it possible to adjust to unforeseen events in real time.
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