Online networking has two separate, basic approaches– learning (passive) and sharing (active). Use passive for research and active for identity!
What we’re talking about in March: Tony Merry’s top picks in construction software | Outgrown QB? Free Lunch & Learn | TUG is in AZ this year! | Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, Estimating Tips and Tricks
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?
With the new SQL release for the Sage 100 database on the horizon, integration to Sage 100 will become even more popular! Here’s a look at what’s currently available for Sage 100C – with four new products just in 2015!
What we’re talking about in February: Sage & AGC’s “Construction Hiring and Business Outlook” Report| Project Management software that unites the field and office | HR policies for small business | Sage 100, 300, Estimating CRE Tips and Tricks
#LAI’s Sage Senior Consultant, Kyle Zeigler shares the secrets of speeding up your Sage 300 CRE software with 9 reasons and resources.
What we’re talking about in January: Can Stephen Kelly change Sage’s spots? | JBKnowledge 2015 Construction Tech Report| Upcoming Events| Sage 100, 300, Estimating CRE Tips and Tricks
Submitted by Walt Mathieson, Certified Sage 100 Consultant With the introduction of multiyear general ledger functionality in version 19 of Sage 100 Contractor, year-end closings have become much more relaxed. […]
What we’re talking about in December: Sage 100 Contractor is getting some love! | The cost of paper in AP processes| ACA & Year End help | Sage 100, 300, Estimating CRE Tips and Tricks
What we’re talking about in November: “Mr. Roboto” & Kilroy — Construction technology, robotics, & more| CMD reports Sept. slump in starts |TimberScan FREE Lunch n’ Learn | Year End help | Sage 100, 300, Estimating CRE Tips and Tricks