Choosing software for your construction company today includes many more deployment options than you had in the past. Which is right for you? 5 tips to help you figure it out!
In case you haven’t heard, Sage is “re-architecting” Sage 300 CRE. Developers have already begun preparing the software for the long-awaited move from a Pervasive database platform to a Microsoft SQL database platform.
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Defining ‘Alternates’ in #SageEstimating V.17.11 enables you to prepare Estimates that vary according to your customers’ preferences for materials, quality and price.
Ledgerwood’s Pam Schulz shares the concerns she hears from Sage 100 Contractor clients about the Version 20 release for Sage 100 Contractor, “Dear Abby” style!
As a Construction company business owner or part of the executive management team, you are convinced that mobility in the field is critical. Now you need a strategy.
When the construction accounting and IT worlds collide – LAI’s Kyle Zeigler recommends best practices for the separation of responsibilities.
With improved usability, new features, and modernized GUI (graphics user interface) – “SCPC” is a stunner!
Sage Estimating has been repackaged, including new functionality and modernized deployment—evolving and innovating to meet the demands of customers and the market.
Asset managers view their portfolios holistically. They’re looking at operations and accounting in the broader context of cash flow, debt, equity and other financial metrics, so their data requirements and analytical challenges are far greater than in other organizational roles.