Program Will Help Small and Mid-Size Government Contractors Decrease Costs, Increase Efficiency, and Support Compliance
Vienna, Virginia/March 22, 2010 – NeoSystems Corp. today announced that it is holding a forum, “Making Costpoint Work for Your Business.” The event will help controllers, CFOs, and CEOs at small and mid-size government contractors identify ways in which they can employ Costpoint to decrease costs, increase operational efficiency, and better meet compliance requirements.
The Costpoint forum will take place on Monday, April 19, from 8:00-9:30 a.m. at: The Tower Club, 8000 Towers Crescent Drive, 17th Floor, Vienna, Virginia. There is a $30 registration fee and all proceeds will be donated to the Wounded Warrior Project, which benefits severely injured men and women. For additional information and to register for the event, visit: www.neosystemscorp.com.
Facilitating the program will be NeoSystems’ Vice President of Costpoint Consulting Services, Debra Franklin. She is a systems architect with an extensive background in business process development, best practices, systems implementations, and system re-engineering, specifically focused on the use of Costpoint.
Based in Vienna, Virginia, NeoSystems Corp. is an employee-owned services provider that specializes in accounting, financial, and contract management services to government contractors and not-for-profits. NeoSystems also provides full-scope, on-site consulting services to numerous publicly-held and privately-owned enterprises. NeoSystems’ highly skilled professionals use best-in-class software tools, particularly the suite of Deltek products to deliver unique, client-site, management accounting services to a diverse and growing clientele. NeoSystems has a long and well-established relationship with Deltek, including being one of its largest premier partners since 2003.
Contact: Paul Steidler
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