Technology Adoption: Is it Worth the Pain?

Technology Adoption: Is it Worth the Pain?

Part 2 – Setting the Tone with Key Member Buy-In Last week we talked about how a layered approach to implementation is easing the pain of transitioning to a new Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) solution. The technology, itself, presents a fairly easy hurdle to...
Technology Adoption: Is it Worth the Pain?

Technology Adoption: Is it Worth the Pain?

Part 1 – Layered Implementation  The question of why commercial real estate construction contractors and developers should be adopting advanced, user-friendly technologies and enterprise resource planning (ERP) systems is easy to answer. Today’s robust platforms...
Malware, Phishing and Other Lurking Threats

Malware, Phishing and Other Lurking Threats

Cyber threats come from around the globe, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. Detecting those threats before they cause potentially catastrophic damage is paramount to every organization’s success in fighting this growing epidemic. From the enterprise and...
13 Signs the Time has Come for a New Construction Accounting System

13 Signs the Time has Come for a New Construction Accounting System

Part 2: You are Ready to Leverage Technology for Transformation In our last post, we talked about six wants and needs of companies that have outgrown Intuit QuickBooks. Here are seven more – most of which are focused on ways that technology can be leveraged to support...
13 Signs the Time has Come for a New Construction Accounting System

13 Signs the Time has Come for a New Construction Accounting System

Part 1: You’re Growing, and So are your Technology Needs Most construction businesses select Intuit QuickBooks when they first launch operations. At that point, it is a good choice. QuickBooks is a great accounting platform for businesses in their earliest stages of...