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Four executive dashboard must-haves to drive company performance

11/21/2014 at 11:33 am by

I bet your company has plenty of data stored in your information systems. For most construction and property management executives the problem is not collecting data, it’s sorting through all the data to get to the information most important to you. One way to do that is create a dashboard. According to the Sage 2014…

Four ways technology supports the art of estimating

11/18/2014 at 10:42 am by

An estimator once told me that when he worked he would often build the building in his head. That fascinated me. Before then I thought estimating was more about doing a takeoff and coming up with quantities. On that day, I began to see the knowledge and creativity needed to put together a solid bid….

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How to create accurate estimates in half the time

11/14/2014 at 3:08 pm by

It’s a given that most estimating departments are super busy these days. The work is back but the competition for those jobs is still as strong as ever. How do you keep up with a greater volume of job opportunities while maintaining—even improving—your bid-hit ratio? In June, I wrote about the top five essentials of…

Salute to our veterans

11/11/2014 at 9:34 am by

About nine years ago, while at a previous job, I had occasion to travel to Washington, D.C. several times. I love history, so I always made sure to tack on an extra day or two to my trip to do something like check out the National Mall to see the Lincoln Memorial or the Washington…

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Setting standards for greater construction collaboration

11/7/2014 at 1:16 pm by

Every construction company should have the freedom to use whatever software best fits its needs without running into roadblocks that prevent information exchange. As an early member of the Construction Open Software Alliance (COSA), Sage, along with other member firms, is steadily working towards this goal. In my last post, I talked about how software…

Motivational Monday: Inspiring education in the trades

11/3/2014 at 10:06 am by

Over and over again, I read that there is a shortage of skilled trade workers in construction. The good thing is there are people out there working to change that. I recently read a Facebook status update from Mike Rowe, the host of the TV show Dirty Jobs, in which he talked about Dubiski, a…

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