You know that Construction Accounting is a bit different than standard business accounting. You need to know everything about your construction jobs – from bid to close out. And you probably need to do some custom inquiries, and properly archive historical data.
What we’re talking about in September: Spreadsheet dangers | CMD Group Economic Index |Intro to HRMS | Free Estimating Webinar | Sage 100, 300, Estimating CRE tips and tricks
What we’re talking about in August: Sage Summit 2015 in the Big Easy | What is CRM? | Sage Estimating special – HALF OFF upgrade from Standard to Extended
What we’re talking about in July: “Living Architecture” | CMD Group says we’re up over 30% in non-res building starts for May | It’s official! Meet the Sage Construction Project Center and Sage Bid Management | AboutTime FREE webinar | Sage Estimating special – half off upgrade from Standard to Extended
What we’re talking about in June: the Construction Industry is DEAD LAST in IT spend! | There is a formula for technology debt.?! | New Sage mobile software: Sage Construction Project Center and Sage Bid Management. | Sage annual event – the more Users/Modules you add, the more you save! | Meet J.R. Miller – “iconic” employee!
What We’re Talking About in May: CMD Group’s webex “Will construction pick up the pace, or the pieces?” | Work/Live, Mixed-Use Construction Trends | Sage CRM | LAI Tips and Tricks
What We’re Talking About in April: The 3rd Annual Construction Technology Report by CFMA, JBKnowledge, and Texas A &M | Why CRM makes sense for Construction companies | “Fifty Shades of Sage” – FREE Sage/LAI/Vendor event in Scottsdale, AZ | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100 C and Sage 300 CRE
The Ledgerwood Associates, Inc. website has been updated. We’ve shortened the url to “www.LedgerwoodUSA.com.” Also improved User Experience, and more Sage products: Sage CRM and Sage ERP X3!
The Ledgerwood Associates, Inc. website has changed. We’ve shortened the url to “www.LedgerwoodUSA.com.” Also improved User Experience, and more Sage products!
The recovery for the Construction industry has been “cautiously optimistic” for the last three years.
Do you believe the recession is truly over? Is the very gradual increase in Construction starts a true indicator of how bad things are, despite optimistic predictions? Or is it a deliberately crafted conservative industry strategy — to create a slow and deliberate progression towards construction stability?