Quest Q&A Magazine Issue 4 2016 - Page 59

Vendor Directory 2016 e Esker Chris Denz or Sarah Joiner 1212 Deming Way, Ste. 350, Madison, WI 53717 800.368.5283 Esker is a worldwide leader in cloud-based document process automation software. Organizations of all sizes use its solutions, offered on-demand or on-premises, to automate critical business processes. Esker’s solutions are compatible with all geographic, regulatory and technology environments, helping over 11,000 companies around the world in their efforts to Quit Paper™. Founded in 1985, Esker operates in North America, Latin America, Europe and Asia Pacific with global headquarters in Lyon, France and U.S. headquarters in Madison, Wisconsin. Last year Esker generated 46.1 million euros in total sales revenue. Esker’s solutions span the entire cash collection cycle — allowing organizations to automate any business process that runs on paper documents such as Order Processing: automated entry and routing of incoming customer orders, Accounts Receivable: on-demand invoice delivery and collections management tools, Accounts Payable: automated entry and routing of incoming AP invoices and Purchasing: electronic processing and delivery of supply chain documents. Products of Focus: JD Edwards EnterpriseOne, PeopleSoft, EBusiness Suite Services of Focus: Software Solution Area(s) of Focus: Document Automation Industry(s) of Focus: Applicable to All Industries Essentio – Oracle’s JD Edward’s Purging & Archiving Nirav Shah 101 Knightsbridge Drive, Hamilton, OH 45011 815.713.3521 Essentio is a worldwide Oracle Gold Partner. Essentio’s mission is to provide optimal solutions to address JD Edwards data growth challenges. We were founded in 2004 to address a void in full-featured archival solutions that natively integrate with JD Edwards. We merge enterprise database archival software with over 25 years of JD Edwards® domain expertise. Based on our ERP product knowledge and archival best practices, we provide comprehensive data management solutions for JD Edwards® by module, with end-user cus