Leading Analyst Firm, TEC, Renews Certification of DEACOM ERP

Deacom TEC CertificationFor the second year in a row, Technology Evaluation Centers (TEC) has certified Deacom as an ERP Provider for Process Manufacturers. The public report recognizes Deacom as delivering a product and level of service that is often “unheard of in the ERP software marketplace,” according to Ted Rohm, Senior ERP Analyst at TEC.

After living the ERP nightmare himself, Deacom Founder and CEO, Jay Deakins, realized the need for an ERP solution that disproved the traditional ERP model of customizations and bolt-ons. More than 20 years later, Deacom is now one of the fastest growing and most reputable ERP providers in the industry.

In the recent TEC report, Rohm identifies some of the differentiators of DEACOM ERP and they include:

Ease of Use: Removing the need for third-party bolt-ons and customizations within the software, Deacom is able to deliver a consistent user experience. Navigation and accessibility is simple, as the DEACOM interface remains the same throughout the entire platform.

Security: Process manufacturers can maintain full control over sensitive company information by setting security controls for user groups and roles. Digital signature capabilities can also be seamlessly integrated throughout the system.

Reporting and Analytics: Operating within a core ERP system, data can be easily pulled in real-time from any area of the business. Additional third-party reporting tools are not necessary with DEACOM ERP.

Guaranteed Fixed-Price Implementation: As the only ERP provider to do so, Deacom offers a guaranteed fixed price on the software purchase and implementation. This includes an unlimited amount of system enhancements, data conversions, and training.

Implementation Methodology: Deacom understands how valuable their customers’ time is so they have created a strategy to ensure a successful implementation in the most efficient way possible. This approach includes remote implementations via Go To Meeting video conference calls. Two hours per day, three times per week with some additional work for both parties is all that is required for a successful Deacom implementation.

To see the full report, click here.