All of your Sage 100 CON or Sage 300 CRE report should share the same fundamental goal—to deliver information to a specific audience in a meaningful format that helps your business.
Is your system bordering on extinction? If you’re ready to take your construction business to the next technology level, Sage is several significant discounts until the end of the year.
What we’re talking about in NOV: Thankful for YOU! | Are you a tech dinosaur? | Nuggets from ConstructConnect Economic Overview | Meet Core Cloud Systems | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Your general ledger can be used for more than finance-related dollar amounts. The use of Units accounts can be used to track all sorts of metrics, and the metrics you choose to track are entirely up to you!
Do you have an overall strategy for ECM (Enterprise Content Management) in your construction business? Industry resources to help, plus a checklist of questions.
Just like vehicle maintenance, a thorough software audit can tuneup your system to run faster and more smoothly! Three recommendations for when you look under the hood.
We’ve collected release notes, blogs, Sage Knowledgebase articles and videos to help you with your Sage 300 CRE V 16 & 17 upgrades. You’ll want to bookmark this page to refer to often!
What we’re talking about in OCT: Tune up your s/w with annual audits | The ABC’s of ECM | Boo! Don’t let upgrades scare you! | The ROI of an HCM system | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Chances are, your construction business hires subcontractors, rather than employees, to perform some of the work. What’s the difference, and why should you care? Turns out the IRS cares – a LOT!! So how can you protect your money-saving use of subcontractors?
What we’re talking about in Sept: Say ‘so long’ to Summer and Sage promos! | Think strategically about your data files | T100=TimberScan for Sage 100 CON | TUG’s in TX! | Consider an HCM system | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating