Underestimating a project or losing bids by overestimating can seriously erode profits. Too often these problems are caused by errors in spreadsheets.
Does this sound like you? “We are having a hard time winning bids that result in profitable jobs. We can win short-term business by low-balling it, but we cannot survive this way.”
In a super-competitive construction environment companies must prepare more bids quickly and accurately to survive. Here’s how a smaller contractor improved their estimating to compete more effectively.
“We honor Ledgerwood Associates for their hard work and their focus on our mutual customers, which has earned them the Sage North America President’s Circle Award,” said Tom Miller, VP of Channel Management for Sage. “Congratulations to the entire team Ledgerwood Associates for this accomplishment, and we wish them continued success in the coming years.”
Need to convince management? Four great reasons why estimating software is better than using spreadsheets!
Common reasons why Accounts Receivable and General Ledger do not balance in Sage 300 CRE (formerly Timberline Office) – and how to fix it with the reconciliation tool in Sage desktop.
In contrast to general contractors, who typically focus on longer term, large-scale jobs, service and specialty-oriented companies have many more specialized jobs to bid, manage, and execute.
Ledgerwood Associates, Inc., a Sage North America business partner specializing in the sales, installation, and support of Sage Timberline Office, Sage Master Builder and Sage Timberline Enterprise has been named a Sage North America Million Dollar Club achiever for eclipsing a million dollars in revenues during the 2010 business year.
Many Sage Timberline users received the following error today, “The instruction at #### reference memory ####. The memory could not be read.” Here’s how to fix it.
How to keep unauthorized people out of Sage 300 CRE (TImberline) files, and how to boot them if necessary!