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Changing the spreadsheet layout in Sage 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!

AboutTime keeps timekeeping afloat

A case study from AboutTime, (mobile timekeeping software company) about a Sage 300 CRE user who had a “ship-load” of timekeeping problems!

Plan your SQL Upgrade for Sage 100 Contractor

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!

Return of LAI’s online Sage 300 CRE Report Classes

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!

SQL for Sage 100 V20 Upgrade: Recommendations and Requirements

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.

5 tips for Project Management in Sage 100 Contractor

How can you help your Project Management team find information in Sage 100 Contractor more effectively? Five tips that will make your most valuable information EASY TO FIND and use!

The font is too small on the GL Year-to-Date ledger

With the number of columns present in the Year-to-date Ledger in Sage 300 CRE, a common complaint from users is that the font is small and sometimes difficult to read. You can fix that!

Understanding AR “adjustment types” in Sage 300CRE

Cleaning up the Accounts Receivables aging report can be confusing for Sage 300 CRE users. Do you edit, void, or use an adjustment to make corrections to invoices, retention, or over/underpayments?

Six ways to reduce your Professional Services costs

Purchasing actual software can represent only HALF of your investment. We’re giving you the keys to the kingdom on how to save $$ on Professional Services.

New Overtime Rules: What it Means to YOU

Is your construction company prepared to pay your hourly AND some qualifying salaried employees overtime? What you need to know, and some possible strategies from our #CPA friends @BeachFleischman.

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