Deacom Introduces Environmental Reporting Course

Deacom Inc.,  producer of chemical software, in June will offer an in-depth training course on environmental reporting for users of the DEACOM Integrated Accounting and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) Software System. Part of the DEACOM University continuing education program, DEACOM Environmental Reporting will give chemical manufacturers hands-on instruction in the setup and generation of SARA Reports, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs), Certificates of Analysis (COA), and other environmental regulatory documents.


DEACOM Environmental Reporting is designed to teach laboratory and technical personnel how to create various federal and state-required environmental reports through the DEACOM ERP System. The two-day course will teach system users how to set up and maintain reports based on current material, formulation, and Quality Control (QC) data. Participants also will learn how to generate up-to-date regulatory data into downloadable PDF files on their corporate Web sites.

Under the supervision of a Deacom instructor, participants will apply course concepts in the development of their own environmental reporting system using actual company data.

"That's part of DEACOM University's value," explains Deacom Implementation Specialist and course instructor Paul Heinmiller. "By the end of the course, users will not only know how to design reports, but they'll have completed environmental reports for their companies."

DEACOM Environmental Reporting is scheduled for June 10 through June 11 at Deacom's corporate headquarters in Wayne, Pa. Course participants can earn up to 19 CPE credits from the National Association of State Boards of Accountancy (NASBA).

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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