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Devault Foods chooses Deacom’s ERP solution to improve operational efficiency

FBR Staff Writer Published 23 March 2016

Supplier of portion-controlled meat products Devault Foods has chosen Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution from Deacom to improve its operational efficiency within the company’s pricing strategy.

Deacom ERP solution can remove bolt-ons and customizations, thereby delivering a simple platform synchronizing Devault's business in a single location, the company claims.

Devault Foods COO Brett Black said: "In our industry it is essential that we monitor notorious fluctuating prices on raw material.

"Currently, we are managing various, independent systems which often causes discrepancies between reports. For our company, minimal margins of even a penny can make a significant impact on our business's bottom line and a reliable ERP system like DEACOM will allow us to create more accurate pricing plans and forecasting."

Deacom's single-system ERP software model intends to eliminate the need to manage a broken system, deploy workarounds, and manually input data for critical reports.

All capabilities such as accounting, WMS, CRM, lot tracking, or mobile access, are available within a single system without the need for expensive customizations.

This real-time visibility will help manufacturer to match their gross margin to profit and loss statement better.

Brett Black said: "Deacom will allow us to remove a lot of the "busy work" that was slowing our growth. Their unique, single-system software model puts them far ahead of other ERP providers and allows process manufacturers to dive deep into their data to conduct accurate forecasting.

"Now that Devault has selected DEACOM, the volatile cost component of our industry is able to be better managed for the long term."