Inventory Management

for JD Edwards

Overview

Oracle JD Edwards Inventory Management is the platform basis of the supply chain, enabling users to manipulate inventory by defining discrete items. To effectively work with other programs in the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne system, you must understand how to set up and manage inventory. With industry-wide experience in the JD Edwards inbound/outbound inventory space, Smartbridge has you covered.

JD Edwards Inventory Management Benefits

  • Item Numbering and Description: Multiple methods of identifying items are provided in the platform. You can use actual item numbers, numbers that you designate, or a combination of both.

  • Stocking Features: Typically, a company maintains stock items and non-stock item inventory, both of which are traceable in JD Edwards.

  • Item Cross-Referencing: You can establish identification numbers as interchangeable cross-reference numbers on forms or reports during a transaction.

  • Lots Capability : You can identify and segregate inventory by lots, allowing the ability to provide unique descriptions, cost information, and expiration dates.

JD Edwards Inventory Management
JD Edwards Inventory Management

Inventory Management in Action

Outbound Inventory Management

Outbound Inventory Management (OIM) enables sell-side Vendor Managed Inventory (VMI) and consigned inventory, which allows suppliers to improve forecast accuracy, reduce stock-outs, and strengthen customer collaboration for a more streamlined order-to-cash process. 

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Warehouse Management

Warehouse Management System (WMS) is one of the Oracle’s key application modules that can significantly improve your operations and supply chain. It is an integral part of the manufacturing and distribution processes and works in conjunction with many of the JD Edwards EnterpriseOne product families.

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Manufacturing Execution

A Manufacturing Execution System (MES) is one of the many integration solutions in JD Edwards, extended by different applications that collect various types of data. Retailers for example can use MES systems to receive and transmit data from equipment.

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In our OIM video, we cover the functionalities that support business processes for managing goods at a customer’s location, including shipping goods, replenishing goods, monitoring usage and billing.

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