Q Software and CD Group Intermingles To Automatically Generate E1 Pages

By CIOReview | Monday, August 24, 2015

Denver, CO: Q Software Global, a provider of security management and compliance solutions for JD Edwards users announces its integration with CD Group, an ERP software consulting and managed services company for enhancing EnterpriseOne Page solution.

Oracle's JD Edwards EnterpriseOne is an integrated applications suite of comprehensive enterprise resource planning software that combines business value, standards-based technology, and deep industry experience into a business solution with a low total cost of ownership.

“CD Group’s E1 Page Studio greatly simplifies the process, providing a custom JD Edwards program which allows you to select the Page content and style, then generate the HTML code. Our new integration makes it even easier, as the items in the Task Folder and any subfolders are carried over to E1 Page Studio to populate the content for the new Page,” assures Mike Ward, Vice President,Q Software.

The Q Software Global’s Task View Manager delivers productivity tools that remove complexity and lower project costs. Claiming to eliminate up to 75 percentof the repetitive workload needed to define and fine cut Task Views, the platform automates the process of designing security which is aligned to ones processes. Whereas, CD Group’s E1 Page Studio is a complete solution for creating and maintaining EnterpriseOne Pages within JD Edwards.  This integrated solution enables users to customize E1 pages with a set of user-defined styles that can be saved and reused for multiple pages.

The new tool brings together both platforms enabling the Q Software Global’s Task View Manager users to generate E1 Pages automatically from the existing menus with just a few clicks.“This combination of tools will save JD Edwards customers hours of manual effort, and make it easy for them to keep their E1 Pages aligned with their menus. E1 Page Studio also enables them to incorporate company logos and style features in the Pages,” states Don Landrum, Vice President, CD Group.