August 26, 2015

Data Communications Solutions’ (DCS), Vicki Gohman just returned from attending the INFOCUS annual conference held in Denver, CO. INFOCUS is an in-depth conference specifically for Oracle’s J.D. Edwards World™ or EnterpriseOne™ products for the Quest* community. Attendance was reported by Quest to be up 50% this year. Vicki talked to many companies that either use

Data security threats and regulatory compliance are the new “death” and “taxes” that we’ve all been hearing about. Security is a hot topic across all organizations, whether you have 10 or 10,000 employees. Preventive, detective and best practices are the overview for those who quickly want to get up to speed. Oracle unveiled new innovations

October 22, 2013

A DCS customer’s Evaluated Receipt Settlement (ERS) for key customers was failing, resulting in unpaid shipments and delayed payment. Though these failures were to only one process, it was highly visible. Any disruption to cash flow is not tolerated in business and needed to be resolved. The customer had Oracle E-Business Suite and GXS TrustedLink

October 11, 2013

After attending Oracle OpenWorld 2013, DCS noticed an important trend: customer experience. With customer experience becoming a more measurable metric, it is time to get senior management’s attention for action. DCS sat in on “Crossing the Customer Experience Chasm,” a seminar with Donald Chesnut and Brian Curran, who presented some statistics on the topic that

September 17, 2013

Oracle’s E-Business Suite or EnterpriseOne users may be considering moving from local servers to cloud computing. This entails a review of every process, which includes connections to customers, vendors, and transporters. The exchange of large, complex documents such as Purchase Orders will continue as before; using both classical EDI (X12 or EDIFACT) and standardized XML