Buying software to run your construction or real estate business is one of the most important investments you’ll make. But for many, the process of finding and purchasing the best solution to fit your business can be tricky and intimidating. That’s why we’ve created this article that leverages our decades of experience in the construction software industry to help you identify the most important criteria to consider before signing on the dotted line.
A.M. Ortega Construction is a premier underground utility construction, grading, and paving contractor. With over 300 field employees and 50 accounting specialists, estimators, designers, project managers, administrative professionals, and senior management roles, the company successfully manages a large volume of both public and private projects.
In this brief customer spotlight, we’ll show you how they were able to increase job profits by $3 to $4 million per year by implementing Sage Paperless Construction.
We work with a lot of contractors and construction companies that have outgrown QuickBooks. While they recognize that that their accounting system is slowing things down and holding them back from real growth, they’re often not quite sure what the next step is. So in this article, we’ll explore what we think are the top 5 features that are typically included in construction software that’s designed specifically for the industry.
Another year, another construction survey and business outlook has been published. Following the construction industry outlook reports we shared back in 2016 and 2017, this new and updated report for 2018 reveals some trends and opportunities that we think our clients in the construction industry should keep their eyes on.
The survey is conducted by the Associated General Contractors of America (AGC) in conjunction with Sage – developer of popular construction accounting software like Sage 100 Contractor and Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate.
In this article, we’ll summarize the most important survey findings and explain what it all means for the construction industry in 2017 and beyond.