Oracle’s JD Edwards in Oracle Cloud

Denovo provides managed services solutions using the Oracle Public Cloud

Denovo took a creative approach to our upgrade and suggested that we host it in the Oracle Cloud to give us maximum flexibility and scalability.

Denovo, a Platinum level member of Oracle PartnerNetwork (OPN) and leading provider of enterprise cloud hosting, consulting, outsourcing and managed services, today announced that Sustainable Fiber Solutions, a True Partners company, has gone live with Oracle’s JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2 hosted in Oracle Cloud.

With a rapidly growing business, Sustainable Fiber Solutions needed to be able to scale quickly, upgrade their enterprise resource planning (ERP) and data platforms, while keeping costs low. With aging equipment and databases, they were concerned about the cost and disruption of a major upgrade to their on-premise software, JD Edwards. To ensure that they managed costs, decreased downtime, and implemented one of the best solutions for their business, Sustainable Fiber Solutions chose Denovo as their trusted advisor to manage the process.

Working together, Denovo and Sustainable Fiber Solutions worked out a plan to modernize their current JD Edwards system, improve stability, and reduce overall cost. By combining Oracle Cloud Infrastructure with Denovo’s Managed Services and Consulting solutions, they were able to perform a database platform conversion, upgrade to the latest version of JD Edwards, and migrate to a modern cloud architecture. By hosting JD Edwards in Oracle Cloud, they were able to modernize without replacing their ERP. With the upgrade to JD Edwards EnterpriseOne 9.2, they have experienced better functionality, faster processing times, and the ability to organize their information to suit their business.

“Cost savings was the biggest driver in our decision to take the approach that Denovo recommended,” said Stephen Blackburn, VP of IS and IT at Sustainable Fiber Solutions. “Denovo took a creative approach to our upgrade and suggested that we host it in the Oracle Cloud to give us maximum flexibility and scalability. By hosting our ERP in the Oracle Cloud, we were able to completely revamp our infrastructure at a fraction of the cost.”

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