You CAN print financial statements for periods more than two years in the past in #Sage300CRE software! LAI’s Sage Certified Consultant, Kyle Z, shows you how in 6 easy steps!
Skip the frustration of tracking liens in spreadsheets — you can manage them directly in Sage 100 Contractor! Sage Certified Consultant, Kelcie Jensen, gives you step-by-step directions.
What we’re talking about in February: 5 ways to fall back in love with your Sage accounting software | Add User/Module sale is back! | Tie time and scheduling to the actual job with Sage Servic Ops | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Sage intends to invest significantly over the next several years in the development of Sage 300 CRE, bringing it into the modern era. And the changes have already begun!
Although companies can experience pilferage from customers, vendors, and other sources, employees account for the highest losses! Eight ways to fight internal fraud from @BeachFleischman via #ACFE.
What we’re talking about in January: The JBKnowledge 2016 Construction Technology Report | QB cant’d – but Sage 100 Con CAN! | 10 critical software upgrade mistakes | Upcoming WOC & IBS tradeshows | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Ledgerwood Associates, Inc. wishes you a safe and happy holiday! Hopefully you are enjoying your loved ones, but just in case you need help, here are LAI and Sage holiday hours and support info.
What we’re talking about in December: will construction bounce back now that the election is over? | The $$$ investment future of Sage Construction software | Year End training has begun – but it’s not too late to sign up! | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Estimating is like fishing – sometimes you need to change your strategy: 5 ways from Sage Construction and Real Estate to improve your estimating strategy to get more bites, more often!
What is happening to America’s infrastructure? The American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) gives it a D+! Who will fix it and who will pay for it?