Deacom Updates Menu, Functionality with 12.1 ERP Software Release
Deacom, Inc., provider of an integrated accounting and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system that is engineered for mid-to-large sized building component and batch process manufacturers, has issued a new version of the DEACOM ERP Software System.
The DEACOM menu contains all the functional areas that are managed in the single system, such as purchasing, sales, Customer Relationship Management (CRM), inventory control, accounting, and production. The latest version of DEACOM now provides menu sections for frequently accessed forms and reports to reduce the number of navigational user clicks. An RSS feed is also depicted on the new DEACOM menu to notify users of upcoming DEACOM® University courses, software release updates, and Deacom User Conference information.
The functions that have experienced enhancements with DEACOM 12.1 include:
Material Requirements Planning (MRP)
"We're constantly seeking ways to make DEACOM simpler for the user," says Jay Deakins, president of Deacom. "That's why we make every effort to quickly develop and disseminate updates to our clients. Smaller updates are far easier to implement and become accustomed to than large-scale ERP upgrades that are issued once or twice a year."
To learn more about the DEACOM Integrated Accounting and ERP Software System or to schedule an online demonstration, call 610-971-2278 ext. 15 or visit www.deacom.net.
About Deacom, Inc.
Headquartered in Wayne, PA, Deacom, Inc. is the producer of DEACOM, a complete accounting and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for building component and process manufacturers with difficult-to-handle requirements. The DEACOM System seamlessly links all departments within a manufacturing company, providing a comprehensive view of the entire operation. By making complex issues simple, Deacom helps streamline manufacturing business processes to maximize productivity and profitability.
610-971-2278 ext. 41
950 West Valley Road, Suite 3000
Wayne, PA 19087