How can you help your Project Management team find information in Sage 100 Contractor more effectively? Five tips that will make your most valuable information EASY TO FIND and use!
Sage Construction Project Center (SCPC) was developed specifically to connect with Sage 300 CRE — in the cloud. SCPC connects the office, the field, subcontractors and owners throughout phases to keep projects on budget and on time.
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.”
Once you have identified the reason for your profit starting to sink, you can make adjustments. Be sure to track these adjustments so (a) you know if your actions are effective, and (b) for historical value in future construction project estimating.
Good Project Management software should tightly link financial and operational efficiencies, which will allow you to grow your business. It should be designed to eliminate duplicate processes and data, and share that centralized data across business units.
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