DM2 Software Renews Sage Software Certifications
Professional-services team recertified in 17 key areas
VANCOUVER, Wash. -- DM2 Software Inc., a leading provider of business-management software solutions for petroleum marketers, announced that its team of professional-services consultants have renewed their Sage Software certifications, as well as received several new financial, distribution, technical and business intelligence consulting certifications.
DM2 uses Sage 100 ERP (enterprise resource planning), SageCRM (customer relationship management), and Sage Intelligence platforms to develop, sell and support Petroleum Insights, a fully integrated accounting/ERP, CRM and business intelligence system designed specifically for petroleum marketers. DM2 has been a Sage Software Master Developer and Reseller since 1991.
"We devote a tremendous amount of effort on keeping our consultants trained on the latest business technologies and best practices required to provide our customers a competitive edge," said Rob Pierce, DM2's vice president of professional services. "With the combination of Sage certification training and the ongoing industry-specific training received here at DM2, our consulting team is uniquely qualified to provide petroleum marketers with exceptional consulting and implementation services."
In addition to providing software implementation and consulting services, DM2 professional-services consultants provide DM2 customers with business process analysis, workflow optimization, planning and design, project management and training services. DM2 consultants work closely with petroleum marketers to design, optimize and support the business solutions that are unique to the petroleum industry with its Petroleum Insights system.
DM2's Petroleum Insights system offers all of the core financials, fuel, lubricants, home heat/propane, cardlock, convenience store, supply-chain automation, advanced business analytics, customer relationship management, payroll, fixed assets, paperless office and ecommerce modules petroleum marketers need to manage and grow their businesses.