• Subject: Re: Summarising invoice detail lines
  • From: Angus Appleby <aappleby@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • Date: Wed, 22 Apr 1998 16:49:06 +0100

In message <>, Jim Sehi
<jsehi@hach.com> writes
>Is JBA System 21 pretty big in the ERP market in Europe?  I am curious
>because that is the message I keep hearing.  To my knowledge, their
>presence here in the USA is very limited.  We are one of the few sites
>running most of the JBA System 21 modules on the same box.
>What modules are you running?  We are a manufacturing firm and do not run
>Style or Drinks... We are in the process of implementing (for the first
>time) the entire suite of products (all at the same time, big bang
>theory)... AR, AP, GL, Fixed Assets, OE, AO, IN, CR, SS, WO, (all
>manufacturing tools), and integrating our current distribution system.
>How long has your company been up on JBA? 

I wouldn't exactly say JBA is big in Europe. There are a number of
contenders in this area, I suppose the picture is the same in the
States. I would say SAP has the biggest market share, particularly with
it being available on the AS/400 now. JBA loses out a lot to JD Edwards
as well, I think, mainly due to it's image. It's not really seen as
being particularly "trendy". I must admit, I wouldn't have thought they
would do very well in the US because of the amount of home grown
We are implementing pretty much most of the modules as well. We have not
got a strong requirement for manufacturing, mainly distribution, but
Quality Management is key here. We are currently implementing the
software in three phases; financials (live next week), SOP &
Distribution, then Purchasing & Production. We are aiming to have it all
live by the end of the year to give us a year to sift out all of the
other problems left with the Y2K issue.

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