Managing subcontractor compliance reminds me of the Greek mythological story about Medusa. What doesn’t kill you will protect you. In the end game, the purpose of the 20-day preliminary and a mechanic’s lien is to a) protect the subcontractor’s right for payment and b) also to notify owner of all of his obligations on the job (often the GC hires all of the subs and the owner is unaware of whom is doing what work).
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So, currently, we have desktop + software + mobile + apps + cloud as construction platforms and channels. We can send timecards from the field to the back office, we […]
Ledgerwood Associates grabbed all of the Sage 13.1 Release Documents for you, in one neat bundle.
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Paperless approval and routing systems are hardly new. Workflows and routing are common business processes that have become routine. For Sage 300 CRE (formerly Timberline) there is a solution that […]
Everyone knows selecting and implementing construction accounting software can be a bear, right? Well, you can tame that beast by using the Professional Services Group (PSG) from Ledgerwood Associates to […]
Have you been on the fence, waiting for just the right time to purchase Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (formerly Timberline Office) for the new year? Not to scare […]
Version 12.1 contains some significant changes to the data structure which were further enhanced in version 13.1, and Sage recommends that customers bypass 12.1 and upgrade directly to 13.1.