Deacom Ranked on Food Logistics’ FL100+ List – Again!

For the second year in a row, Deacom has been listed on Food Logistics Magazine’s FL100+ list of Top Software and Technology Providers. This list continues to be a valuable resource guide for those in the food and beverage supply chain looking for software and technology solutions.

It’s inclusion in the FL100+ list is in large part due to its robust set of native functionality specifically built for manufacturers in the food and beverage industries. By placing such a heavy focus on these business sectors, the ERP provider is able to fine-tune its solution to meet their specific requirements.

Built with the industry’s largest functional foundations, DEACOM is able to limit a business’s dependency on outside systems. For example, DEACOM ERP users are able to capitalize on formulation, lot traceability, regulatory reporting, forecasting, quality control, warehouse management and catch weight functionality directly from a centralized system – no extra logins or interfaces required. This unique approach to ERP development helps to boost data accuracy, system performance, and overall user experience.

“New developments and innovations in the software and technology sector are making sizeable impacts on the global food supply chain,” notes Lara L. Sowinski, Editorial Director for Food Logistics and its sister publication, Supply & Demand Chain Executive. “The result is a greater visibility, improved regulatory compliance, enhanced shelf life for perishables, and the emergence of a more proactive and nimble food supply chain that benefits both the food industry and its logistics partners, as well as the end consumer.”

The full list of FL100+ Top Software and Technology Providers is profiled in the November/December issue of Food Logistics Magazine as well as online.

Visit Deacom’s website for more information about how Deacom solves the unique challenges of Food and Beverage manufacturers.

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As the PR Manager for Deacom, Kelly does more than write press releases and manage her digital Rolodex (aka LinkedIn). She is on a mission to eliminate the “Dee-a-kom” problem by creatively merging quality content, media relations, social media, data analysis, SEO, and event marketing to help boost the company’s awareness and reputation as a trusted ERP provider. HINT: It’s pronounced “dē·käm”.