Can’t keep up? 3 Resources to help you wrap your head around UX One
JD Edwards UX One has received some serious buzz ever since Collaborate 2017, where Oracle unveiled 50 template dashboards, called “landing pages,” in 23 functional areas — each designed around a specific end user job title.
The new prebuilt specific landing pages included job titles like “Warehouse manager,” or “Shipping Supervisor.”
The concept behind UX One is to improve end user experience, while increasing productivity by putting the data relevant to them front and center. Each page is built around a concept of “Alert, Analyze, and Act,” — alert users to important data, allow them to analyze it and then act.
If you’re trying to determine if UX One is right for you, here are three links that should help.
As we mentioned above, JD Edwards UX One now comes with 50 pre-built landing pages — if you want to see exactly what roles were announced, this link will take you to a PDF from Oracle that shows you what roles are included and exactly what each page would look like.
2. See the Demo
If you missed the live demos at Collaborate, check out this short video from Oracle. It shows you what UX One looks like and how it works live; it also walks you through some of the additional features you can expect to find.
Oracle’s official overview of UX One includes a ton of helpful information, as well as links to both their official UX One presentation, the Roles document included above, and other resources meant to help you understand what UX One has to offer.
The Benefits of UX One for JD Edwards
Overall, it seems like UX One and the new Landing Pages are a popular feature; many of the clients we’ve spoken with have expressed interest, both at Collaborate and now that we’re back in the office. It’s designed to enable users to perform their jobs more efficiently by notifying them when a situation requires attention and providing real-time visualized data.
With the new landing page templates, UX One is even easier to leverage and Oracle plans to continue to roll out new templates fairly regularly, for at least the near future. This, combined with the easy customizability, empowers the average JD Edwards user — and ultimately, offers significant benefit to the end user, IT team (who no longer have to build out as many customized reports or service requests for edits), and the enterprise at large.