Holiday was running EnterpriseOne 9.0, which was nearing the end of support. The company explored switching to a different ERP but realized EnterpriseOne 9.2 was available and supported through 2031 and decided to go in that direction instead.
Princess House is a direct sales company that sells cookware, serveware, and housewares. For 20 of the 55 years that they've been in business, they've leveraged JD Edwards for finance and procurement. To extend JD Edwards beyond just financial and procurement management to become their core enterprise resource planning (ERP) system, they chose Oracle Cloud Infrastructure.
TruGreen chose Oracle for several reasons. Not only was it the ideal IaaS to run JD Edwards, but TruGreen would also be able to take advantage of infrastructure and database services from a single vendor. The ability to purchase both IaaS and PaaS services through the Universal Credit pricing model was a key benefit.
Neterwala moved from AS400/DB2 to Oracle Linux/Oracle DB – saving 50 percent of infrastructure costs. JDE on OCI is easier to migrate, manage, and more flexible to scale. Neterwala experienced improved system performance and high availability.
The Oracle Cloud platform with JD Edwards and Procurement Cloud empowers LifeScan to transform their business by freeing valuable resources to focus on the creation of innovative products and services that help save lives.