3 Decosimo Solvability GovCon Consultants Earn Unanet Certification

Monday, October 07, 2013

Decosimo Solvability LLC's government contracting consultants, Jenny Clark, Candi Hillis and Terri Dempsey, have earned Unanet Project Tracking Certification after attending's Unanet's Boot Camp and initial certification program. 

"We celebrate the partnership formed between Unanet and our firm, and we are excited about future collaborations," said Joe Yearta, Decosimo Solvability director. "We look forward to putting our team's advanced project tracking knowledge to work for our clients as we assist with Unanet integration with their systems.

Decosimo Solvability LLC is a trusted Unanet Business Services Partner offering accounting, management consulting, systems integration and other services to leverage the benefits of Unanet software for Unanet customers.

Ms. Clark, Ms. Hillis and Ms. Dempsey attended Unanet's first formal certification program in August. The three-day boot camp was led by instructors from the proven Unanet University program at Unanet’s corporate headquarters in Dulles, Va.

Unanet Project Management software supports organizations with centralized project management capabilities and resource scheduling. Unanet's products offers outstanding reporting with a wide range of detailed and summary reports available including graphical dashboards, earned value and project costing to see true project costs. 

Decosimo’s Solvability practice helps government contracting clients compete, comply and capitalize by determining indirect rates to find the most competitive pricing strategies; implementing DCAA-compliant accounting systems; and identifying methods to maximize income and returns for business owners. In early 2013, Solvability merged its specialty practice with Decosimo, a regional accounting and business advisory firm, to offer clients an expanded range of audit, tax and business advisory services. 


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