Efficient, accurate and compliant JD Edwards data for testing and development
The JDE Test Data Management Module (TDM) optimises resources by enabling faster, more efficient development cycles. The data subsetting functionality improves testing accuracy as testing is done on recent and representative data.
Developers and testers stay focused on their core mission and don’t have to waste time sourcing data subsets. Finally, thanks to data masking, testers and developers don’t have to worry about compliance and risks to the business are substantially reduced.
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Features of DATAWAIRE Test Data Management for JD Edwards
Out-of-the-box modules available for Order-to-Cash, Procure-to-Pay and Plan-to-Inventory.
Ability to configure and specify subsets of master data and transactional data.
Masking of sensitive data.
Managed entirely using the DATAWAIRE data management framework:
Full Audit Trail
Easily configurable modules for custom requirements
Supports the management of dedicated test environments.
Process can be scheduled for data refresh.
Allow business owners to manage their own test data refresh.
The Datawaire team has done a fabulous job on the project.
I appreciate the dedication and commitment from the Datawaire team in getting us over the finish line… and helping us manage our data more effectively.
Sunil Bhambhani, Sr. Director Financial Systems & Reporting at Willbros
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