Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) (v. 16) for ERP for ETO Manufacturing Certification Report

Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) (v. 16) is TEC Certified for online evaluation of enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions for engineer-to-order (ETO) manufacturing in the ERP Evaluation Center. The certification seal is a valuable indicator for organizations relying on the integrity of TEC research for assistance with their software selection projects. Download this report for product highlights, competitive analysis, product analysis, and in-depth analyst commentary.

About This Report

Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) certified by: Ted Rohm, Research Analyst, Technology Evaluation Centers
Demonstration conducted by: Michael Montjoy, Product Manager, Jobscope; Paul Howe, Solution Specialist, Jobscope
 
Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) is pleased to announce that Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) from Jobscope is now TEC Certified for online evaluation of engineer-to-order enterprise resource planning (ETO ERP) solutions in the ERP Evaluation Center. The ERP Evaluation Center enables you to compare and evaluate functionality based on TEC’s comprehensive model of ETO ERP software. Data used in the Evaluation Center are obtained from the vendor’s responses to TEC’s research questionnaire. Certification ensures that Jobscope has demonstrated JEE's support for specific real-world business processes chosen by TEC analysts, and that TEC analysts have analytically and comparatively reviewed research questionnaire data about JEE against known benchmarks.
 
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Report Contents

Company and Product Overview

Jobscope has more than 30 years’ experience providing solutions to job- and project-based manufacturing organizations that operate engineer-to-order (ETO), make-to-order (MTO), and maintenance repair and overhaul (MRO) shops. Jobscope’s founders were hands-on manufacturing managers and software developers. The initial solution ran in IBM environments, and the solution was migrated to Microsoft SQL database in the mid-90s. The development is done using Microsoft .NET development tools in the Microsoft environment. (Jobscope still supports customers wishing to run on IBM iSeries and AS400 hardware. It maintains a separate code base for this environment.)
 
JEE is a well-rounded and full-function enterprise resource planning (ERP) solution targeted toward small to medium businesses (SMBs). Jobscope’s sweet spot is businesses with revenues in the $10M to $500M (USD) range, although it can scale to larger organizations. Along with the focus on ETO/MTO/MRO verticals, the solution is also successfully used by government contractors and aerospace & defense companies. Overall, JEE provides a surprisingly big bang for the buck to SMBs requiring a full-featured ERP solution. Read more
 
 

Benchmark Results for Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) from Jobscope  

The benchmark graphs represent the quantity of support by Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) from Jobscope for the functionality within each module identified in the TEC Focus Indicator, on a scale of 100 points.
 
The TEC Focus Indicator™ shows you which types of functionality are likely differentiators for the Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) from Jobscope solution in the small business software space. Get the full results
 

Product Review: Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) from Jobscope  


Ease of Use
Workflow Design
Ease of Implementation
Innovation
 
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TEC Analyst Observations on Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) from Jobscope 

Overall, Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE), delivers a broad range of functionality well suited for the SMBs in the ETO ERP marketspace. The overall functionality is surprisingly competitive with higher-end (and higher-priced) solutions. JEE provides a broad range of functionalities from Financials to Purchasing Management, along with all the manufacturing support needed by a job based organization—all in one package.
 
Jobscope takes great pride in staying focused on its target market and chooses to grow its product organically—not through acquisitions. Jobscope's vision is to build on its current foundation with a continued and dedicated focus on customer service and customer retention, and to continue to advance and improve the product, as well as deliver mobile access (including native mobile apps where appropriate). Read more

 

Detailed Functionality Graphs for Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) from Jobscope  

The benchmark graphs represent the quantity of support by Jobscope Enterprise Edition (JEE) from Jobscope for the functionality within each module identified in the TEC Focus Indicator, on a scale of 0 to 100 points.
 
  • Financials
  • Human Resources
  • Discrete Manufacturing Management
  • Inventory Management
  • Purchasing Management
  • Quality Management
  • Sales Management

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