JD Edwards certification is back after years of dormancy. Certification exams are a way for clients to prove to
their employers that they know the basics of JDE software. Some employers may incent their employees to pass these
exams, perhaps resulting in a raise, a bonus, or even a promotion. In better economic times, passing a
certification exam would open the door for a beginner to obtain a JD Edwards position with a client or consulting
firm. Today it might help, but
it's more difficult to get in the door.
While passing a certification exam does validate basic software knowledge, it does not prove that someone can apply their knowledge of the software to a client's business requirements. It indicates almost nothing about their business process knowledge, or their ability to creatively apply the software to 'unusual' business requirements. What certification does mean is that someone is good at reading manuals, taking classes, and passing an exam.
Our founder, Andy Klee, recently went through the JDE certification exam process. You can read all the details and learn where Oracle's site covers JD Edwards Certification in a series of JD Edwards certification blogs.
Here are Andy's conclusions after studying for, and passing, the Distribution Essentials JDE Certification Exam:
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