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Lucky Country Inc Selects DEACOM ERP
By: PR Newswire
Nov. 13, 2012 10:35 AM
WAYNE, Pa., Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Deacom, Inc. announced today that Lucky Country Inc, a manufacturer of Aussie-Style Soft Licorice, has selected the DEACOM Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution to run its business and manufacturing operations.
Lucky Country, a privately owned company with an international brand, prides itself on developing and providing the most innovative high quality product with an uncompromising commitment to quality, more flavor in every bite and value. In the past year they have experienced unprecedented growth and now require a full ERP system to ensure that they can deliver on their uncompromising commitment to quality, taste and value as production increased. Lucky Country has its manufacturing facility in North Carolina and sells their product globally.
"DEACOM was the only system we found who could handle all of our requirements in a single system with no third party bolt-ons or customizations. We have a small IT department and we need to use our resources wisely. We feel that DEACOM can help us maintain our standards as we work to grow the company," said Michael Bratt, Vice President of Global Operations & Finance at Lucky Country.
About Deacom, Inc.
Headquartered in Wayne, PA, Deacom, Inc. is the producer of DEACOM, a complete ERP system for 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. To learn more about the DEACOM software please visit us at www.deacom.com.
SOURCE Deacom, Inc.
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