Q Software Gets Oracle Validation for JDE Security and Compliance Suite
June 18, 2013 Alex Woodie
JD Edwards EnterpriseOne shops that are looking to enforce segregation of duties (SOD) rules may be interested in the latest release of software from Q Software. The London company last week announced that the version 5 release of its flagship Q Software Suite offering has been validated by Oracle for JD Edwards EnterpriseOne version 9.1.
The QSoftware Suite helps reduce the uncertainty that exists around the people who manage and maintain JD Edwards systems, including World and EnterpriseOne. The software does this by providing a layer of security over the ERP system that enforces SOD and manages the multiple roles that administrators and programmers may need as they access the ERP system.
According to Q Software, its solution integrates with the security system of the JD Edwards ERP system, and ensures that any changes made to programmers’ or administrators’ roles are checked for conflicts and SOD violations before the changes are committed to the JD Edwards security table. This not only protects customers from introducing accidental errors into the system, but also protects against deliberate fraud.
Q Software, which is a member of the Oracle PartnerNetwork, worked with the software giant to ensure compatibility between its software and the latest release of the EnterpriseOne ERP system. The validation involved a “rigorous technical review and test process,” according to Kevin O’Brien, senior director of ISV and SaaS strategy at Oracle.
Q Software is based in London and is one of the founding members of the JDE Alliance of third-party software for JD Edwards customers. The company claims to have more than 280 customers with over 50,000 users in 58 countries. For more information on Q Software, see www.qsoftware.com.