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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: MARCH 14, 2016

GARDENDALE, Ala. – Teksouth Corporation announces that it will participate in the Sandhills ASMC Chapter Mini-PDI event on 4 April, 2016, at the Ft. Bragg, NC. The one-day event will offer training sessions to financial managers in the Army and the Air Force and private and public sectors, to enhance their resource management knowledge and skills.

The event will have a registration fee of $40 for ASMC members and $60 for Non-members. Interest parties may register via the Sandhills Mini-PDI website. Teksouth will lead the following workshops:

  • Microsoft Data Analytics for GFEBS/GCSSArmy/Legacy – This session will give a quick overview of the reports available in GFEBS, GCSS-Army, and Legacy Systems, and will show how to integrate these data sets for funding picture. It will also show how analysts can use the capabilities of Microsoft Office for advanced analytics of all systems.

The Sandhills Mini-PDI program offers a variety of training courses that provides direct credit toward their CDFM and DoD FM Certification. For event info and registration, visit https://sandhillspdi.eventbrite.com.

About Teksouth Corporation
Teksouth solutions automate the integration of data from multiple sources. Our solutions work
regardless of the type of data provided – logistical, financial, intelligence, or operational. We
take that data and arm Government leaders with vital information needed to make the decisions
that most effectively accomplish critical missions.

We provide expert professional services and solutions to mission requirements for our Federal
customers. By combining functional expertise with proven technology we deliver actionable
information supporting the mission critical requirements of our customer.

About The ASMC Regional PDI
ASMC Chapters often host regional PDIs to provide training and professional development to
regional members and local industry professionals. These regional PDI’s allow local chapters to
provide training that focuses on the specific issues in the region.