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J.D. Edwards Chooses Freedom to Choose EAI
J.D. Edwards announced a new corporate vision that extends its ‘idea-to-action’ to inter-enterprise collaboration expressed in the phrase ‘freedom to choose

je edward  to Choose EAI P.J. Jakovljevic - July 27, 2000 Event Summary At its FOCUS 2000 annual user group meeting, which took place in Denver on June 19-22, J.D. Edwards' top executives unveiled a slew of initiatives that they claim will really change the enterprise applications vendor's direction. According to its press release from June 20, J.D. Edwards announced its Freedom to Choose business strategy designed to meet customers' needs for flexibility and choice in the design and assembly of new technologies,

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