If winter wheat would have been successful, odds are your land is drained well enough for no-till corn.
No-tilling corn into soybean stubble is a no brainer... there is little or no resdue to worry about, and most modern planters will do it with or without no-till attatchments.
As mentioned above, figure out how you would put N down. We do up to 100 lbs N as urea in the starter fertilizer. You may wish for more than that, depending upon yield goal and soybean N credit.
Urea will de-nitrify if left unincorporated on the surface. This can be solved by spreading just before a rain, or by using Ammonium Sulfate in place of urea.