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Five ways to impress your service customers

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If you are a contractor that dispatches service technicians, you know happy customers are the driving force behind a strong recurring revenue stream. Many times, however, business inefficiencies can keep you from providing the level of service your customers expect. Manual processes and lack of information are often to blame. Here are five ways to…

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So here it is . . . already March. The year feels like it’s already flying by. Did you make any New Year’s resolutions this year for yourself, or for your business? If you did make a resolution, have you been able to keep it? Are you making progress? I like the resolutions I saw…

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It takes a lot to be “job ready” in today’s construction environment. You have to constantly maintain project quality under tight budgets and schedules while competing for a limited pool of skilled workers. Enforcement of ever-increasing government regulations is the norm, putting you at greater risk for compliance violations. Cyber-crime is suddenly a real threat…

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Hayles and Howe: Where ancient art and information technology meet

2/24/2015 at 9:41 am by

If you’re a runner, you understand what it means to “hit the wall,” that moment when all your energy is suddenly zapped and you struggle to take one more stride.  Construction companies have a similar moment when they realize that their current software system can no longer keep up with their business needs. Plaster contractor…

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If your company is like most construction firms, the last time you aggressively recruited employees was 2007. At that time, Apple was just introducing the iPhone, MySpace was the social networking site of choice, and the popular Nintendo Wii game was just invading our living rooms. A lot has changed since then, including how we…

How to protect yourself from ransomware

2/16/2015 at 10:43 am by

You may have heard of ransomware, a type of malware that encrypts your files until you pay for a code that will unlock them. Ransomware is intelligent malware that can actually change, learn, and grow to avoid anti-virus programs and filters set to catch them. Due to this intelligence the people who write ransomware have…

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