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Why Searching for the Right Internal NetSuite Support Is So Difficult

on 7/29/19 3:54 PM By | John Hughes | 0 Comments | Managed Services NetSuite
 The need for user-friendly processes, speed, and economies of scale has many businesses thinking that in-house support is the best option for efficient IT management,  but in many cases that’s not true. On the surface, having in-house NetSuite support may appear convenient, however appearances can be deceiving.
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Why You Don’t Need In-House NetSuite Support

on 7/18/19 7:30 AM By | ManageForce | 0 Comments | Managed Services NetSuite
In-house support for mission-critical technology like your NetSuite ERP solution may sound like a dream in theory, but in practice it can be a nightmare if you don’t have the full support you need. To fully optimize your NetSuite solution, your support needs to go well beyond just daily admin to include a mix of admin, functional, and developer roles.
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Stay on Top of Your Business with the Latest Update of UX One in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2.3 Release

on 7/15/19 9:02 AM By | Matt Poole | 0 Comments | JDE Enterprise One JD Edwards JD Edwards Upgrade
Change is hard. Few people are more keenly aware of that than those tasked with completing a JD Edwards system upgrade. The process can be complex, tedious, and incredibly time consuming. That’s probably why just about half of JDE’s user base still hasn’t made the jump. But the benefits of the upgrade are too significant to ignore.
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What to Do After 9.2: How to Make the Most of Your JD Edwards 9.2 Upgrade

on 7/8/19 12:45 PM By | Grant McIver | 0 Comments | JD Edwards JD Edwards Upgrade
Congratulations on taking the big step with upgrading your JD Edwards system to 9.2.  Now that you’ve upgraded, you may find yourself asking, “What happens now?”  To keep the momentum going and get the most out of your JD Edwards 9.2 upgrade, you can’t just set it and forget it.  Your JDE 9.2 journey is just beginning.  
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Best Practices for Your JDE 9.2 Upgrade

on 6/10/19 2:04 PM By | Grant McIver | 0 Comments | JD Edwards JD Edwards Upgrade
So, it’s finally time to upgrade your JD Edwards solution to 9.2. Staying up to date on the latest and greatest version is a smart move; however, upgrades can be overwhelming. It’s difficult to predict potential obstacles prior to implementation, so there’s naturally a fear of the JDE upgrade process. Just like your previous upgrades, you want to be armed with information so that everything goes as smooth as possible.   Click here to skip straight to the JDE 9.2 upgrade, with professional help. Get in touch with ManageForce today.   Here are a few insights to help you minimize wasted effort and prevent that "I wish I knew that then" feeling later:
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JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2: Why Now Is the Time to Upgrade

on 5/29/19 10:30 AM By | Mike Williams | 1 Comment | Oracle JDE Enterprise One JD Edwards
Oracle first introduced the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 Release almost four years ago. Yet, more than 50% of users still have not upgraded their JD Edwards instance to Enterprise 9.2. Those who have upgraded are reporting significant benefits from its transformational new business capabilities including increased security, mobility, and improved real-time insights. So, what are you waiting for? Some companies have delayed this important upgrade because of a lack of IT resources. Others have put it off in fear of the process. If you fall into either category, you aren’t alone — but this is where the benefits of a managed service provider can come into play to help you check the upgrade off your list. Want quick answers to your upgrade Q’s? Click here.
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How to Plan an Efficient Microsoft Access to SQL Server Upgrade

on 5/16/19 2:01 PM By | John Hughes | 1 Comment | Database Database Management SQL Server
If you are using the Microsoft Access database management system, your demands will likely outpace both its capacity and computational limits. Handling these hurdles (hopefully with the right database support solution) before they become problems will be critical to keeping your databases running smoothly. You and your team may have identified inefficiencies or performance issues and determined your database is, or will soon be, ready for an upgrade. Just as your business quickly outgrew those handy Excel spreadsheets, your database is now slowing down and taking up more and more of your precious IT resources. If you fit this description, it’s probably time to transition to Microsoft SQL Server, either locally or in the cloud.
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Answering Your Questions About JD Edwards in the Cloud

on 5/7/19 9:45 AM By | John Hughes | 1 Comment | JDE Enterprise One Cloud
Oracle has been hardening its strategy and amplifying its message big time with JD Edwards EnterpriseOne in the Cloud, most recently with a strong push at Collaborate 2019 for the 9.2 upgrade. You know, that update Oracle keeps reminding you about? What you might not know is that less than half of JDE users have taken full advantage of 9.2 — so statistically, you might just be one of them. Oracle has some big plans for upcoming 9.2 system upgrades including JDE Orchestrator, UX One, mobile, and more.
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3 Database Management Steps CIOs Need to Take Now

on 5/2/19 11:30 AM By | ManageForce | 0 Comments | Database Database Administration
Every CIO knows that well-managed databases are the unsung heroes of the business world. When database management is done well, it’s practically imperceivable, so it can be a thankless task, but database management (done well) is the lifeblood that keeps any organization performing at its best.
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Collaborate 2019: JD Edwards Digital Success and Transformation

on 4/18/19 11:00 AM By | Matt Poole | 0 Comments | JD Edwards JD Edwards Upgrade
Last week, the Oracle JD Edwards community assembled in San Antonio for its annual users conference Collaborate. As you can imagine, it was a whirlwind week full of JDE and Oracle updates, best practices, case studies, networking events (Side Note: Thank you to everyone who stopped by the ManageForce party), and generally so much to do with too little time to do it all.
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