Deacom Launches New Website

Deacom Website outlines important ERP software factors for mid-to-large-sized batch process manufacturing companies

Wayne, PA—January 26, 2012—Deacom Inc., developer of the DEACOM Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) software system for mid-to-large sized batch process manufacturing companies, announced its newly designed Website.

The Website communicates Deacom’s overall message of “complexity made simple” to employees, existing and potential customers. It outlines the capabilities of the DEACOM ERP software package offerings and explains the philosophies behind its development. Along with the Website, Deacom unveiled its new logo and strong positioning statement to clearly define their position in the ERP market.

“We believe that Deacom offers a truly unique business model and software product to batch process manufacturing companies,” explained Jay Deakins, President of Deacom Inc. “We wanted a Website which clearly communicates why we exist and what we have to offer to companies in our market. We are in our eighteenth year of constantly pushing our software to better serve our customers. The new Website does a better job of explaining what we think is important in ERP software and what people can expect from a business relationship with Deacom.”

The DEACOM ERP system is a software package that can be configured to meet the needs of its customer without customizations. The software is built for rapid evolution and constantly leverages technology changes to provide opportunities for customers to make their companies ever more efficient.

“The Website is our best chance to communicate with the world,” said Stephanie Eaves, Marketing Communication Specialist at Deacom Inc. “We applied our ‘complexity made simple’ philosophy to the Website and hope that the end result will be a powerful tool for people to learn more about Deacom. We want people to experience a clean Website that is easy to navigate and that clearly states how our software can streamline their business.”

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