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What you don’t know about your marketing could hurt you

8/28/2014 at 10:59 am by

Ask yourself this question: When a current or prospective customer is looking at a new project, do they think of you first for the job? Regardless of the marketing activities your company uses (e.g. Angie’s List, direct mail, LinkedIn, phone calls, events, etc.) it’s critical that you stay top of mind with your prospective customers….

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What should you expect from your IT service provider?

8/25/2014 at 10:37 am by

Many construction firms outsource their information technology (IT). In my last post, I discussed five things you should consider when selecting an IT provider. It’s also important to understand and communicate your expectations from the start. Knowing what you want from an IT service provider will guide your vendor selection and help you establish a…

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How technology can improve your construction relationships

8/21/2014 at 9:07 am by

Your business relationships are one of your construction company’s most valuable assets. Just think of the hundreds of interactions needed between owner, general contractor, subs, and suppliers to win and complete a project.  When communication is strong and everyone works well as a building team, you seek one another out for future projects, refer one…

One thing that can improve your cash flow

8/18/2014 at 8:51 am by

Contractors I talk with are always looking for ways to improve cash flow.  One way to do that is to automate your payment process. By accepting more electronic payments—whether a debit/credit card, ACH payment, or a scanned written check—you can reduce payment cycles. And, as an added bonus, you’ll be able to skip those non-productive…

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Win an Amazon gift card: subscribe to our blog

8/15/2014 at 11:25 am by

Want a convenient way to keep up on current topics important to your construction business and career? Become a subscriber to this blog. Each week, you’ll receive practical tips, inspiring ideas, and helpful information delivered right to your inbox. And to sweeten the pot, if you subscribe now through December 31, we’ll enter you into…

Selfies, scuba diving, and sensational speakers

8/12/2014 at 9:50 am by

I wasn’t able to go to this year’s Sage Summit in Las Vegas, so I settled for the next best thing–I fired up the live streaming video of the keynote sessions on sagesummit.com (also available for you to watch). Since I’ve always been envious of TV critics like Tim Goodman, Alan Sepinwall, and Dan Fienberg…

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