by Pam Schulz, Sage Certified Consultant Limit your view to what’s relevant to you Use Inactive Records, Job Level Security, and Screen Defaults to filter your view Sometimes seeing every record […]
The ‘secret sauce’ that Tony Merry puts in every #SageConstruct proposal | Hungry for some sizzlin’ savings? 20% off four ways! | TUG review from Ruth S. | Sage 100 CON, 300 CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks
In addition to the “old” User Defined fields in Sage 100 Contractor, many screens now have a “Custom Fields” button. The options are limitless, and Sage Certified Consultant, Pam Schulz, will help you navigate this winding road.
Construction Today excerpt on Sage’s construction enterprise solution | Ruth S. leads you through a server review | Thinking about going SQL for Estimating? Self-research links, webinar, more | Sage 100 CON, 300 CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks
Do you need to write reports in Excel? Sage 100 Contractor has a robust report designer, but sometimes it is beneficial to connect your Excel report directly to the Sage 100 Contractor database. Here’s how!
Knowing WHEN to expect the elements of Job Costs to be on a report is a key financial strategy. #LAI consultant Pam Schulz tell you the whys, why nots, and the report to use to get key ‘when’ benefits.
It’s finally Spring! And we’re feeling some Ella Fitzgerald! | Guest post: Doing ‘more with less’ is a net loss | Perfect time to upgrade to Sage Estimating SQL | Paperless A/P for Sage 300 CRE webinar with TimberScan | LAI is going to TUG | Sage 100 CON, 300 CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks
Got a BHAG? Think BIG when you plan your software journey | BOGO-HO, 20% off promos ending | Crystal Reports class starting | How to get help from LAI | Sage 100 CON, 300 CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks
“Work smarter, not harder.” — LAI’s Certified Consultant, Pam Schulz, shares her top “smart” tips to maximize the value of your Sage 100 CON software.
What we’re talking about in FEB: “Part deux” of the 2017 ConTech report | Save $$ on select Sage s/w | Designing dashboards | Backups are critical with SQL | Sage 100CON, 300CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks