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Information technology leadership—Who really drives it?

7/29/2014 at 2:52 pm by

Many construction business owners have faced frustration with their IT group in getting things fixed, installed, upgraded, or in some cases getting the most simplest of answers to the most basic questions. They have also been faced with cutting or managing cost in IT while wanting to be more technology based because they must be…

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How to overcome the challenges of change orders

7/23/2014 at 10:05 am by

You start a job and everything is running according to plan. And then something happens. You hit unexpected soil conditions during site excavation, your customer makes a few minor “while you’re here” requests, or you’re faced with other out-of-scope circumstances during the project. At first a few changes don’t seem like a big deal. It…

Construction IT usage: What’s behind the numbers

7/18/2014 at 9:05 am by

Numbers tell us only part of the story. That is why we invited two construction industry experts—Cory McFarlane and R. Tyler Pare–to join us for last Thursday’s webcast to dive into the stats from our Sage construction IT survey. Cory is chief visionary for Pinnacle/CSG, a Florida-based general contractor. Tyler is a construction industry consultant…

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One new thing you should know about Microsoft® Office®

7/15/2014 at 1:01 pm by

If your construction or real estate company is like most businesses, your employees spend more time in Microsoft® Outlook® than any other software. You’re probably used to launching Outlook first thing in the morning over a cup of coffee to chart your day. You also might find yourself still using it (far too often) later…

When it comes to golf or business—look out ahead!

7/10/2014 at 9:11 am by

I am not proud.  I admit it.  From time to time on the golf course I loudly yell the F word.  It’s shameful and quite frankly embarrassing.  For those of you that golf you know what four-letter word I’m talking about—FORE! Fore is yelled when you slice, hook, or shank a ball into another player’s…

Motivational Monday: Constructing a national wonder

7/7/2014 at 11:05 am by

On this day in history . . . the construction of Hoover Dam began. “Although the dam would take only five years to build, its construction was nearly 30 years in the making. Arthur Powell Davis, an engineer from the Bureau of Reclamation, originally had his vision for the Hoover Dam back in 1902, and…

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