As your company grows by quarter, annually, etc., — you will find the need for ‘extra’ efficiencies to help you meet your financial or growth goals and constantly emerging technologies. You can accomplish this by adding functionality — modules — as you need them, in stages.
In Construction accounting it is necessary to analyze performance on other levels instead of just from the Financial Accounting perspective. Regular accounting is customer based, but construction is based on THE JOB. And the job is measured by its COSTS.
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!
When the construction accounting and IT worlds collide – LAI’s Kyle Zeigler recommends best practices for the separation of responsibilities.
Did you know that you can send reports as email attachments from your Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate software to others both inside and outside your organization? Here’s what you need to know to use the Send feature within Sage 300 CRE – WITH or WITHOUT using Microsoft Outlook!
Purchasing actual software can represent only HALF of your investment. We’re giving you the keys to the kingdom on how to save $$ on Professional Services.
Is your construction company prepared to pay your hourly AND some qualifying salaried employees overtime? What you need to know, and some possible strategies from our #CPA friends @BeachFleischman.
Have you outgrown Quickbooks for your construction company? Do you find yourself inputting estimating, tracking, and billing jobs into Excel and then re-entering the information in your Accounting system?
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The Lean Construction Institute (LCI) developed the original seven basic types of waste. Since then, SMEs have been refining the concept, occasionally adding additional dimensions (a la BIM!). One of the easiest ways to remember may be the acronym “DOWNTIME.”