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5 tips for planning Year End

Ruth Stockdale, LAI’s Director of Professional Services, advises you start your #ConstructionAccounting YE strategies in September for a smooth start in 2019.

LAI is now an authorized Procore Partner

Great news! Procore is a leading provider of cloud-based solutions that help construction professionals manage risk and deliver quality projects safely, on time, and within budget through their unified platform. […]

September 2018 Newsletter

We’ve teamed up with Procore! | Sage sale ends 9/28 | Ruth S: plan for Year End | ICYMI: LAI’s You Tube channel | Sage 100 CON, 300 CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks

Document Management is going out to pasture

Sage is planning to discontinue the integration between Sage 300 CRE and Document Management starting with version 19.1, to be released in the spring of 2019.

The power of expanding your construction accounting software

A third-party application that fully and properly integrates with your core Sage construction accounting system will expand your capabilities exponentially.

Job Costing: 7 tips to make it easier

Job costs are the lifeblood of your construction business and accurately estimating them will determine if a project will make money! Manage them well, and your profits will reflect it.

Love construction, hate time entry? hh2 is the answer!

hh2’s cloud-based time entry solutions allows field employees to input time anywhere, at any time on whatever device is easiest — desktop, tablet or smartphone!

August 2018 Newsletter

Sage Document Mgt. for 300 CRE is retiring | Sage BLOWOUT sale | New Estimating V 18.11 | Ruth S: The power of integrations | Sage 100 CON, 300 CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks

MyAssistant Task List

How efficient could you be with a virtual assistant who could do 300+ tasks in #Sage300CRE, who send emails alerts with prompts for action, according to your criteria?

How to archive SQL Estimates

Need more space in SQL? How to archive old estimates outside of the SQL instance, and how to restore them if they are needed later.

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