Your general ledger can be used for more than finance-related dollar amounts. The use of Units accounts can be used to track all sorts of metrics, and the metrics you choose to track are entirely up to you!
You are in the business of being a contractor. Although you may be able to implement your software yourself, perhaps your time is better spent on your business. Six tips for getting it done – on budget and on time!
Do you have an overall strategy for ECM (Enterprise Content Management) in your construction business? Industry resources to help, plus a checklist of questions.
Just like vehicle maintenance, a thorough software audit can tuneup your system to run faster and more smoothly! Three recommendations for when you look under the hood.
We’ve collected release notes, blogs, Sage Knowledgebase articles and videos to help you with your Sage 300 CRE V 16 & 17 upgrades. You’ll want to bookmark this page to refer to often!
What we’re talking about in OCT: Tune up your s/w with annual audits | The ABC’s of ECM | Boo! Don’t let upgrades scare you! | The ROI of an HCM system | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Chances are, your construction business hires subcontractors, rather than employees, to perform some of the work. What’s the difference, and why should you care? Turns out the IRS cares – a LOT!! So how can you protect your money-saving use of subcontractors?
Don’t stress! Bookmark this page for help upgrading to Sage 100 Contractor V 20. We will continue to update it with new information as we get it from Sage, plus links to LAI blogs written by Sage Certified Consultants.
A little clean up and organization can go a long way towards a smoother upgrade to Sage 100 CON V20! Here’s step-by-step help from LAI’s Certified Consultant.
What we’re talking about in Sept: Say ‘so long’ to Summer and Sage promos! | Think strategically about your data files | T100=TimberScan for Sage 100 CON | TUG’s in TX! | Consider an HCM system | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating