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Celebrating the Fourth with a little tune

7/3/2015 at 9:48 am by

Red, white, and blue to you, web wanderers. Plumb Bob here. It’s almost the Fourth of July and that has inspired yours truly to put his own spin on a most beloved summertime song. So here goes for all of you baseball fans, and even those of you who aren’t, feel free to sing along….

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The state of the construction startup

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When we released our Sage 2015 State of the Startup study in May, the first thing I noticed was construction was one of the top three most popular segments for startup businesses. I blogged about the study results then but was curious to understand more about these construction entrepreneurs. So we dug a little further…

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Why is it that no matter how many tools you own, you never have the exact one you need when you start tackling a home or car project? I tend to think of data analysis in the same way. No matter how many standard reports are available, I –or my boss—always want to analyze it…

Construction segments lead other small businesses in sales growth

6/24/2015 at 12:51 pm by

In late 2012, when financial information company Sageworks released its top 10 list of fastest growing small businesses, no construction-related business segment made the list.* Oh have times changed! Hot off the press, the latest analysis from Sageworks shows construction-oriented companies dominating the top ten list for fastest sales growth during the past 12 months….

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Is your company’s IT just a collection of nuts and bolts?

6/19/2015 at 12:54 pm by

Last week I had the pleasure to speak at a webcast hosted by Building Design + Construction on “How to turn IT investments into real business results.” This is a timely topic. With many construction firms seeing healthy revenue growth, investing in more technology is one of the top three actions contractors plan to take…

A business with a strong sense of community

6/16/2015 at 12:13 pm by

I can’t think of any business that is as connected to a community as a construction or building-related firm. After all, you as contractors literally build and maintain communities—improving our infrastructure, handing us the keys to our dream homes, and providing us with venues to learn, play, and work. As part of your community, many…

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