What we’re talking about in July: Will the “Brexit’ affect the US construction economy? | Sage SSO Mobility Tour in AZ & CO | Take the JBKnowledge 2016 Construction Technology Survey | SQL upgrade in Sage 100 CON V.20 | FREE Timberscan Webinar | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Cleaning up the Accounts Receivables aging report can be confusing for Sage 300 CRE users. Do you edit, void, or use an adjustment to make corrections to invoices, retention, or over/underpayments?
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.
What we’re talking about in June: Mostly sunny Construction Forecast ahead! | Tony’s Pick – Swizznet | TUG 2017 recap & announcement | CRM is NOT an address book! | Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating Tips and Tricks
Compared to any other industry, productivity in construction is abysmal! Other sectors have increased in the last 40 years, while construction has declined. Why is that?
What we’re talking about in May: What happens to the market and small businesses in an election year?| Tony’s Pick – TimberScan Mobile | See you at TUG? | Sage Summit 2016 is going Hollywood! | Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, Estimating Tips and Tricks
What we’re talking about in April: Tony Merry’s picks in electronic takeoff software | How to beat the ERP odds | Meet Ruth Stockdale, our newest old friend | TUG is in AZ this year! | Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, Estimating Tips and Tricks
To lower the risk of major issues with your Sage 300 CRE software and inaccuracy in financial reporting, LAI recommends you perform the month-end tasks for each application in the following order…
As a Sage Business Partner and Professional Services provider, we find that many of our customers don’t know the full power and potential of which Sage 300 CRE is capable!
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