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23 23, 2020

Still Chasing Paper? Eliminate 4-steps From Your AP Invoice Processing

Many construction contractors still find themselves buried in spreadsheets and paper – and continue to struggle with slow and manual processes throughout the organization. This is especially true of construction Accounts Payable, as the challenges of approving and paying paper bills introduce a long list of labor-intensive steps that are an ongoing and expensive burden on the finance department. But what if you could eliminate most of those steps by letting your software system take on the weight of organizing and streamlining the accounts payable workflows? Current technology is enabling contractors to move to a software platform that removes the manual processes, paper, file folders and spreadsheets; and replaces all that with a highly connected, real-time workflow that reduces churn and inserts far superior financial controls to ensure what gets paid is correct.

 

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29 29, 2016

Mistakes Happen – Adjustments and the Clean-up Guys

With the hundreds of people entering data into the system every day, what are the chances that a day will ever go by when all the data is entered perfectly – without a single mistake?

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06 6, 2015
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29 29, 2013

The WIP Report - It's CFO Candy

Why the WIP Report is so Important

In addition to effectively managing the costs and schedule of your project, it’s critical to stay on top of your Work in Progress or WIP.  WIP is critical to monitor. You, your CFO and your investors need to know just how profitable your project is, how much of the project has been funded by your customer, and how much has been financed by you.  Combining WIP information with project profitability and performance metrics, will give you a complete picture of the financial health of your project or your program.

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08 8, 2012

Top 4 Construction Invoicing Tips to Accelerate Cash Flow

  Accelerate Your Cash Flow

You’ve spent considerable time and effort in running your projects well.  You make sure that your customer is kept very happy during project execution, and you’re expertly handling the multitude of challenges that come along with a complex project.  Your project is going well, your customer is happy. But you still can’t seem to get paid on time. Why is that?

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27 27, 2012
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