Today’s employees are used to having a world of information available at their fingertips – whether that’s at home on the couch or at the beach on a mobile device. Why, then, is it so difficult to locate and process information in the office? Most are accustomed to the daily routine of hunting down or recreating lost documents, digging through file shares (for incorrectly named files) and reminding coworkers to review past-due invoices. We expect our phones to give us what we want within minutes; why have we lowered our expectations at work?
This year’s edition of Sage Summit was all about hitting the road. Instead of one large-scale event, like last year in Chicago, Sage decided to hit the road and visited multiple locations in the United Kingdom, Canada and the United States. CEO Steven Kelly cut to the chase in his presentation of Sage’s top three goals for the year:
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If you’re in customer service or accounts receivable, we know there are certain parts of your job that cause headaches. While we know you love your job, we also know you would love to alleviate just a few of those daily pain points. So, we’re playing doctor for the day to give you a prescription that’ll help you get through your day-to-day tasks, without ibuprofen.
Have you found your pot of gold in a construction accounting software package? Or are you still struggling with repetitive daily data entry from off-the-shelf accounting software that only gets you so far? Having accounting software that’s made specifically for the construction industry can offer you many benefits. Here are the three reasons why we think choosing accounting software based on your industry needs is going to get you the biggest pot o’ gold.
Sometimes technology doesn’t work the way you expect. Here are some common errors that Sage 300 customers have reported, along with instructions to resolve them.
According to a recent Maryland construction industry survey, the number one concern among construction company owners is finding and retaining good employees. So how can a project management software system help with that?