Top building material retailer and manufacturer to improve business process structure with Deacom ERP software

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One of the leading integrated software providers for large-enterprise lumber dealers and building component manufacturers, Deacom, Inc. has announced that Carter Lumber has selected the Deacom Integrated Accounting and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software System to refine and manage its manufacturing business processes.

With over 200 stores in 10 states, Carter Lumber is one of the United States' top building materials retailers and manufacturers of trusses, custom moldings, millwork, engineered lumber, and prefabricated wall panels.

Carter Lumber will use the Deacom ERP System to consolidate and streamline its labor tracking, production scheduling, inventory, sales order entry, and purchasing functions in real-time, as well as link to its Mitek design software for integrated ties between the engineering and business process.

To collect labor time and attendance according to jobs and their related tasks, Carter Lumber will also utilize the Deacom Shopfloor Data Collection System. This data will be used in Deacom for general ledger postings and payroll management, as well as job cost analysis.

Casey Carey, Vice President of Manufacturing, says, "The ability to integrate our entire manufacturing operation with a single business software system will be a key element to making us a more efficient and profitable manufacturer."

Carter Lumber will complete DEACOM implementation in the fourth quarter of 2007.

 

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, process, and mixed-mode 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.

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