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2018 Year End Resources for Sage 300 CRE

Curated content: Here are links to support sites, blogs, and all things Year End for Sage 300 CRE. Bookmark this page, so that you can refer to it by topic when you need it!

November 2018 Newsletter

The coolest construction worker recruiting hack. Ever. | YE resources | Estimating V 18.12 is here! | Sage 100 CON, 300 CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks

How to Create a File Tools Backup in Sage 300 CRE

Backing up Sage 300 CRE accounting data is critical to mitigating the risk of data loss. The only Sage-supported method through the use of File Tools. Kyle Z shows you how!

October 2018 Newsletter

Very scary! Cyberattacks on your company; preventative measures for email, website, and software | Sage 100 CON, 300 CRE, Estimating, Accounting Tips + Tricks

Sage 300 CRE Year End supported versions

Sage sent a critical announcement to 300 CRE users and Business Partners recently. If you’re on version 16, you won’t be supported – it’s time to upgrade to 17 or 18!

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

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.

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

Summer’s the season to look for improvements

Summer’s here, and people are covering for other people on vacations. While it’s always important to get the work done, this may be a good opportunity to see where your processes need improvement.

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