Lean construction actually CONTRADICTS the typical schedule-driven type of project management that bakes losses of time, resources, and profits into every project estimate. Learn how!
Here is what you need to know to use the ‘Send’ feature within Sage 300 CRE – WITH or WITHOUT using Microsoft Outlook!
What we’re talking about in October: Are there holes in your software solution? | New at LAI – eSUB for Subs – Free upcoming webinar | Technology: your next landlord? Property Management software predictions! | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Have you ever wanted to make changes to your #SageEstimating spreadsheet or reports? Here’s a few ways you can move or change columns to fit your needs!
A case study from AboutTime, (mobile timekeeping software company) about a Sage 300 CRE user who had a “ship-load” of timekeeping problems!
You will most likely need help with your SQL conversion and Sage 100 version upgrade to Version 19.7. This is a BIG undertaking which you should use as many resources as you can. We can help you plan it!
What we’re talking about in September: The Ledgerwood “Legacy” – over 40 yrs in the making! | Sage B2G1 FREE add Users/Modules ending | Cool Autonomous Hauling System (AHS) driverless construction trucks! | Plan your SQL upgrade in Sage 100 CON V.20 | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Don’t let the report monster scare you! Learn the basics or tackle Crystal reports for Sage 300 CRE. You’ll make your job easier when you “Take the Fear Out of” report designing!
The new SQL version for Sage 100 CON is a major advance. The old structure was really “old” — there are new tools available, and this upgrade is taking advantage of the more modern technology.
What we’re talking about in August : An “unofficial” review of Sage Summit 2016 | Software replacements for discontinued products for Sage CRE | SQL upgrade in Sage 100 CON V.20 | FREE Timberscan Webinar | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating