Companies using JD Edwards

We have found 9,175 companies that use JD Edwards. Our data for JD Edwards usage goes back as far as 1 years and 11 months.

53% of JD Edwards customers are in United States. Of all the companies that are using JD Edwards, 27% are small (<50 employees), 40% are medium-sized and 28% are large (>1000 employees). Looking at JD Edwards customers by industry, we find that Computer Software (9%), Information Technology and Services (7%) and Staffing and Recruiting (6%) are the largest segments.

Did you know that JD Edwards customers are also likely to use JD Edwards EnterpriseOne and Hyperion?

Who uses JD Edwards?

Here are the top companies that use JD Edwards :
Logo Company Website Signal Strength Scan Date
Logo of Oracle, JD Edwards client Oracle oracle.com 2017-09-20
Logo of Weatherford International, JD Edwards client Weatherford International weatherford.com 2017-09-20
Logo of Tribridge, JD Edwards client Tribridge tribridge.com 2017-09-20
Logo of Whataburger, JD Edwards client Whataburger whataburger.com 2017-09-20
Logo of Catalent Inc, JD Edwards client Catalent Inc catalent.com 2017-09-20

JD Edwards Market Share and Competitors in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)

We use the best scanning techniques combined with advanced data science to monitor the market share of over 5,000 technology products, including Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP). In the Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) category, JD Edwards has a market share of about 6.8%. Other major and competing products in this category include:

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JD Edwards commands 6.8% market share in Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP)
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What is JD Edwards?

J.D. Edwards World Solution Company or JD Edwards, abbreviated JDE, was an Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software company. Products included World for IBM AS/400 minicomputers (the users using a computer terminal or terminal emulator), OneWorld for CNC architecture (a client-server fat client), and JD Edwards EnterpriseOne.