Objectives: In this deep dive workshop you will learn which of the three allocation types is the correct solution for your organization, whether that is one method, a combination of two methods, or even all three.
Course Materials: Detailed step-by-step 95 page training manual.
Instructor: Our classes are taught by JDE professionals with a minimum of 15 years of real-world experience implementing and supporting the software.
Prerequisites: Basic knowledge of JD Edwards E1 Navigation or Common Foundation, and knowledge of General Ledger—companies, BUs, account structure and JEs.
For more information regarding registration, administration, or concerns, please email Lori.Stone#, Training Coordinator, or call her at 1.877.832.2594 ext 150.
"[The training was] better in some ways than previous in-class training. Found that instructor could assist faster with the online class setting. [Instructor was a] superb communicator, knowledgeable of JD Edwards and extremely experienced [with a] real-world finance background." - D. Trease, Dream Unlimited Corp.
JDEtips courses are taught by master level consultants with a minimum of 15 years experience implementing and supporting JD Edwards. They bring a wealth of knowledge and real life applications to help you develop new skills.
Group Internet-Based: Attend virtually from the comfort of your own location.
This course is a complete review of the Order to Cash Receipt process in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of how to set up A/R (including AAIs), work with various invoice types, receipt processing, draft processing, deductions, credit and collections, customer notifications, reporting and analytics.
This course is a complete review of the acquisition to disposal process in JD Edwards. You will gain working knowledge of the set up daily, periodic and annual processing, data integrity between the F/A ledger and the G/L and depreciation rules.
This course is a complete review of how the General Ledger is set up in JD Edwards. You will gain a working knowledge of company set up, Journal Entry Processing, Allocations, Reconciliations, Budgeting, Consolidations, Multi-currency, Reporting, the Period Closing Processes, Organizational Changes and the 52-Period Accounting process.