JD Edwards just announced the release of List View grid formats – a new feature supporting an enhanced user experience as part of the UX One Foundation. Simultaneously, we have also published tutorials to demonstrate how to use a new intuitive interface to build a personalized grid format.
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Oracle is announcing enhancements for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Release 9.2 in the Oracle Cloud, EnterpriseOne User Experience Foundation, EnterpriseOne Mobile applications, EnterpriseOne IOT Orchestrator studio, and Health and Safety updates.
Reporting inventory consumption is an integral part of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Outbound Inventory Management system. To help you learn more about this functionality, JD Edwards has released a new tutorial that describes how to report consumption for consigned and vendor-managed inventory. The tutorial also discusses how to use the reverse consumption process to correct previously reported consumption.
In addition to deploying JD Edwards EnterpriseOne on Oracle Cloud, you also have access to a large array of platform services. Oracle’s Integration Cloud Services enables you to integrate Software as a Service (SaaS) with SaaS, on-premise, or custom applications and enables automated end to end business flows. Get step-by-step instructions with this new OBE (Oracle by Example) on how to leverage the new JD Edwards EnterpriseOne adapter with ICS to create integrations.
Attention! The annual JD Edwards special issue of Profit Magazine is here.
One of the highlights of this issue is an interview – Solid to the Core with Lyle Ekdahl, JD Edwards Senior Vice President and General Manager, where Lyle talks about what is new in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2, how the cloud has changed the game, and how JD Edwards helps customers to stay ahead of their competitors.
JD Edwards just published a new white paper discussing JD Edwards EnterpriseOne cloud deployment as an enabler of digital transformation for your customers’ ERP. Read about the Path to Digital Transformation: JD Edwards on Oracle Cloud and check out the newly updated and expanded FAQ for details on JD Edwards and Oracle Cloud.
Have you heard about the new Revenue Recognition requirements that the Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and the International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) jointly created?
The effective date for public entities is expected to start with reporting periods beginning on or after December 15, 2017. The effective date for nonpublic entities will be deferred for one year to annual reporting periods beginning after December 15, 2018 and interims beginning after December 15, 2019. Early adoption is permitted one year earlier than these dates.
If you haven’t heard of this, you may want to look into the solution that JD Edwards has introduced in releases 9.1 and 9.2. This functionality it included in JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Accounts Receivable, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Contract and Service Billing, JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Advanced Contract Billing, and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Sales Order Management.
This includes new Automatic Accounting Instructions (AAIs), User Defined Codes (UDCs) and new set up for triggers to include or exclude companies.
New Revenue Recognition Solution for Financial Accounting Standards Board (FASB) and International Accounting Standards Board (IASB) For Contract Billing (Doc ID 2177615.1) discusses the setup and processing for EnterpriseOne Contract Billing.
An additional document will be created for Service Billing as part of the set up is specific to the module.
JD Edwards continues to release new features to support the new joint standard created by the International and US Accounting Standards boards for the recognition of revenue. These enhancements provide a simple yet comprehensive solution for managing the recognition of revenue in a complex business environment. Learn more about this solution by watching this series of tutorials for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne. As new features are released, new tutorials are being added as well.
Several new enhancements have been released for the EnterpriseOne financial modules.
FASB/Revenue Recognition: Allow customers to comply with the FASB/Revenue Recognition standard. These enhancements are in addition to the previously delivered Revenue Recognition enhancements. Accounts Receivable customers will now be able to:
Utilize a batch process to recognize all the review for an invoice
Recognize less, more, or none of the revenue for an invoice
Remove an invoice from the recognition process
Reverse a previous recognition
Run integrity reports over the recognition data
More information can be found in knowledge document: E1:03B: New Enhancement Release 9.1 and 9.2 – FASB/Revenue Recognition (Doc ID 2165868.1)
Expense Management: Two new enhancement were added to allow entering summary expense reports and enter credit card expenses for both tablet and smartphone:
Entering a Summary Expense Using the Mobile Expense Entry
You enter a summary receipt expense when you have multiple expense items on a single receipt. For example, while on a business trip, you might receive a single bill from your hotel that includes charges for your lodging and several meals. You use the summary expense process to enter these types of expenses on an expense report.
Entering Credit Card Expenses Using the Mobile Expense Entry
If your organization is set up to enable you to automatically include expenses from your credit card(s) on your expense report, you can view and select credit card expenses to add to your expense report.
More information can be found in knowledge document: E1: 09E: New Enhancement As Of Release 9.2 – Enter Summary Expense Reports and Enter Credit Card Expenses (Doc ID 2165589.1)
Accounts Receivable: Allow zero or negative value receipts to be included in the automatic receipts process in order to resolve the following issues:
To clear a credit memo with a negative value receipt.
To match a negative or zero value receipt to several invoices and credit memos that add up to a negative or zero amount.
To clear a zero dollar invoice with a zero value receipt.
More information can be found in knowledge document: E1: 03B: New Enhancement As Of Release 9.2 – Process Negative Receipts Using Automatic Receipts (R03B50) (Doc ID 2165328.1)