Eliminating the ERP System Disconnect

ERP System Disconnect

ERP systems should keep all areas of the business connected, not disconnected. This manufacturer identified a solution that streamlines communication throughout the entire operations – without modules and customizations. The traditional ERP system model is built upon the idea of bolting together third-party modules to deliver necessary functionality. The challenge of this approach is most …

Deacom HQ: From Construction Zone to “Bigger, Nicer, and More Secure”

Deacom Office - Downstairs

Deacom’s impressive headquarters is attracting media attention. Last November, Natalie Kostelni from the Philadelphia Business Journal to took a tour of Deacom. This tour was not just of our office space but a journey starting from the basement where Deacom, Inc. was founded in 1995, through the construction zone of our soon-to-be new headquarters. Fast-forward …

Breaking Free of Outdated Food Manufacturing Software

Dried Fruit - Food Manufacturing

Take action to prevent your food manufacturing business from getting stuck in old technology. Today, many manufacturers find themselves operating with the same ERP software they did a decade ago – maybe even longer. But life was different then: the company was much smaller, the product line was a fraction of the size, consumer demands …

Meeting Growth Expectations of the Nutraceutical Industry

Nutraceutical Manufacturing Deacom

Nutraceutical market expects huge growth in next 5 years but how are you preparing? The global nutraceutical market is expected to reach more than $278 billion in 2021, according to a report from Transparency Market Research. Yet the criteria to meet certain regulations and certifications are becoming more complex to achieve. The nutraceutical industry’s fast-paced nature …

ERP Performance – Retrieving Data and The Mailbox Example (Video)

In this 2nd excerpt from an internal programming discussion on Deacom’s ERP software, Jay Deakins talks about the impact that retrieving data out of the database has on performance. The mailbox example he provides is a great analogy for a way to improve the structure of data retrieval within the system. The full transcription follows: …