Deltek

Public relations and communications firms need back office control and front office flexibility for a fast-paced, digitally driven and international world.  Deltek is a global software company with a track record of realising results for companies like yours.  We work relentlessly, day in, day out, to ensure our projects deliver improved profitability, growth and cash flow for our customers.


The Deltek Maconomy PR Consulting Solution is specifically designed for the unique needs of public relations and strategic communications agencies engaged in event management, lobbying, corporate relations consultancy, and strategic communications services. The solution enables you to increase profitability while maximising the delivery of messages to key audiences.

Deltek Maconomy provides a unique combination of integrated general ledger control, project management, and automated, role-based workflows, and offers the most comprehensive business and project management system available for public relations and communications agencies.

The solution incorporates all our knowledge of industry best practice functionality that Deltek has developed over the past 20 years as a provider of business management solutions for PR and communications agencies. Our clients include Hill & Knowlton, Millward Brown, Ogilivy, agencies within all of the big four global networks, and a large number of independent firms. We service and support more than 2 million users in 90 countries through our offices across Europe and in the U.S., and through an extensive partner network.

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Contact Details

Contact: Kylie Webb
Telephone: +44 (0) 20 7518 5010
Email: KylieWebb@deltek.comKylieWebb@deltek.com
Web: http://www.deltek.co.uk/solutions/for-your-industry/agencies.aspx

 

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