JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools Release 9.2.3 delivers 64-bit tools foundation, enabling customers to stay compatible with 64-bit applications and products. The conversion process is easy with little to no impact to business processes and business data.
We believe that 64-bit will be the preferred path forward for many customers upgrading
to Tools Release 9.2.3. The move to 64-bit will enable customers to future proof their environments
and position them to adopt 64-bit technology.
DXC Red Rock
The 64-bit conversion process was very straight forward and will allow our
customers to fully utilize their EnterpriseOne investment well into the future!
The conversion process from 32 bit to 64-bit will not impact the
business. It is a recommended technical migration that should be done.
Developing World Systems
We were delighted that 100% of our business functions were converted to 64-bit by the automatic conversion process. No development work was required to convert to 64-bit!
The MASYC Group
“The adoption of 64-bit will change the landscape of business
functions across JD Edwards EnterpriseOne applications.
We are excited and looking forward to implementing 64-bit for our clients!
The process to convert objects from 32 to 64-bit is simple and straightforward. We see value
for customers and partners to future proof their environments with minimal impact on their
business data or business processes. It was incredibly important to Q Software to ensure we
could maintain one code set for our customers, and that was achieved with this project.
Customers who upgrade to JDE’s Tools 9.2.3 64-bit will be able to avoid
software and hardware obsolescence. Thereby, maintaining interoperability,
improving functionality and future-proofing their environments.
When RF SMART upgraded to Oracle’s new 64-bit EnterpriseOne architecture,
our software was converted, fully compatible, successfully implemented and
completely tested without any issue!
Tools 9.2.3 will position customers for the future and align all of their software
Infrastructure to the 64-bit standard.