Vouchers aren't matching.
Phantoms have taken over manufacturing.
Cycle billing has finally gone psycho.
And business functions are refusing all
calls to function.
You swear you've heard your General Ledger say "Duh, Winning!"
Time to tame the JDE tiger with
JD Edwards software is a powerful and effective performer when you know how to think JDE. That means learning the applications and
technology--how to configure the apps and use the tools at your disposal to deliver on your business requirements.
At JDEtips University, we can help you tame that tiger. Our experienced instructors will show you techniques and best practices
they've applied in numerous real-world situations. You'll learn how to make your JDE applications and toolset perform in ways that will
minimize the time you spend feeling like you are in a 3-ring circus. You'll leave class with a clearly written training manual, featuring
hundreds of screen shots and detailed instructions on handling dozens of business scenarios that will help you sustain the
knowledge transferred during class.
Attend the following JDEtips classes either at our training facility in Dallas, Texas, or virtually from the comfort of your
Manufacturing Accounting - March 21-25
Accelerated Developer - Beginner - March 29 - April 1
Manufacturing Planning - April 4-7
Accounts Receivable - May 10-13
Accounts Payable - May 16-18
ERW I - May 16-20
The following classes are taught at our Dallas, Texas training center only.
Accelerated Developer - Advanced - April 4-7
Advanced Pricing - May 2-6
ERW II - May 23-25
time you feel like your JDE tiger has you by the tail, consider training
at JDEtips University. Tigers can be tamed.
If you have three or more students who need training on any JD Edwards
module, it may be more cost effective if we bring the training to you.
Contact Sandy Acker, ERP Solutions Manager,
at 1.877.832.2594 ext 140.
Andy Klee, President
Klee Associates, Inc.
US and Canada: 1.877.832.2594 ext 210 or International: 1.505.771.3344
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