WAYNE, PA – September 8, 2009 – Deacom, Inc. will exhibit its manufacturing ERP software for makers of building components, millwork, floor and roof trusses, and wall panels at the 2009 Building Component Manufacturers Conference (BCMC) in Phoenix, Ariz. from Sept. 30 through Oct. 2.
BCMC is the premier building component industry event, providing educational sessions, networking opportunities, roundtable discussions, plant tours, and exhibitions of the latest products and technology. In keeping with this year’s theme of “Soar to New Heights,” Deacom will demonstrate how its DEACOM Integrated Accounting and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software System can help component manufacturers increase efficiency and profitability by integrating all areas of their business – labor tracking, inventory control, engineering design software links, purchasing, sales, Material Requirements Planning (MRP), production, and accounting – in a single manufacturing software system.
“Component manufacturers can use the economic downturn to their advantage,” says Deacom President Jay Deakins. “A slowdown in business can be a great time to ramp up business processes for greater efficiency, so you’re better prepared to meet customer demands during busier times.”
BCMC attendees are invited to stop by booth #115 to view a demonstration of the DEACOM ERP System. Register for BCMC by visiting www.bcmcshow.com.
To learn more about the DEACOM Integrated Accounting and ERP Software System or to schedule an online demonstration, call 610-971-2278 ext. 15 or visit www.deacom.net.
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About Deacom, Inc.
Headquartered in Wayne, PA, Deacom, Inc. is the producer of DEACOM, a complete accounting and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) system for building component and process manufacturers with difficult-to-handle requirements. The DEACOM System seamlessly links all departments within a manufacturing company, providing a comprehensive view of the entire operation. By making complex issues simple, Deacom helps streamline manufacturing business processes to maximize productivity and profitability.