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Deacom Creates Accredited Program for Training Users in ERP Software

Deacom, a seller of integrated accounting and enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, has created Deacom University, an accredited program designed to train users in each area of the vendor's system. The monthly courses, held at Deacom headquarters in Wayne, Penn., offer continuing professional education credits through the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy. Students will receive conceptual and practical training in Deacom functionality over a two-day course period. On day one, they will learn system concepts under the direction of a Deacom instructor. Day two will allow them to apply skills to their actual company data, through remote connectivity to their Deacom databases. Now open for registration are courses in the vendor's systems for managing financial statements, material requirements planning, sales-order pricing and sales-order documentation. Deacom's software is intended for building component, process and mixed-mode manufacturers with difficult-to-handle requirements.
http://www.deacom.net

Deacom, a seller of integrated accounting and enterprise resource planning (ERP) software, has created Deacom University, an accredited program designed to train users in each area of the vendor's system. The monthly courses, held at Deacom headquarters in Wayne, Penn., offer continuing professional education credits through the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy. Students will receive conceptual and practical training in Deacom functionality over a two-day course period. On day one, they will learn system concepts under the direction of a Deacom instructor. Day two will allow them to apply skills to their actual company data, through remote connectivity to their Deacom databases. Now open for registration are courses in the vendor's systems for managing financial statements, material requirements planning, sales-order pricing and sales-order documentation. Deacom's software is intended for building component, process and mixed-mode manufacturers with difficult-to-handle requirements.
http://www.deacom.net