For many in the food and beverage space, the pandemic strengthened their positions and allowed them to become more resilient to future disruptions that the New Year may bring.
Many lessons have been learned since Jay Deakins started Deacom in 1995 in his basement. Here are some of the biggest ones that drive the company’s growth.
Recent changes to the world have encouraged companies to adopt more remote strategies. Here is how Deacom has shifted to 100% remote ERP implementations.
Media Alert – Deacom, Inc., the developer of a comprehensive Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution, has been named a 2019 FL100+ Top Software and Technology Provider by Food Logistics. This is the fourth consecutive year that the software company is included in this resource guide, which highlights software and technology providers whose products and services …
It’s a long partnership and a big investment, so it’s important to ask the right questions when it comes to selecting the best ERP provider for you. Here is what you should consider.
The experiences as an ERP (Enterprise Resource Planning) software user and as an ERP software vendor have led to the formation of the ERP Pain-O-Meter. About 25 years ago, I ran my own manufacturing business and personally experienced significant ERP pain. The business struggled to get reliable data out of the ERP system to make …
Deacom CEO, Jay Deakins, shares the secret to his company’s success in this Forbes article.