Tag Archives: Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate

Sage Summit 2017: Registration and other information

Sage Summit 2017 v1

It’s that time of year again: Spring is in the air, flowers are in bloom, and I get to tell all of you to start registering for Sage Summit. But this year’s a bit different. OK, that’s not entirely true. This year is completely different. Registration for Sage Summit 2017… Read more »

TUG Conference: Now Featuring 100% Sage CRE

We interrupt this blog post to bring you an important message from TUG: Are you a Sage 100 Contractor or Sage Estimating user? Have you longed to be a part of a user group community like your friends who use Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate? Why not give TUG a… Read more »

A plea to Sage Summit from the Inspire Tour

The final round of product sessions at the Sage Inspire Tour stop at the Charlotte Convention Center was over, and I returned to the main hall for the closing general session. The room was filling up again, but the table where I sat for lunch was still available. After a quick pit… Read more »

Sage CRE customers want to know: Where do I go?

In the past few weeks, we have been gearing up for the two biggest events on the Sage calendar: the Sage Inspire Tour and the start of Sage Summit registration. The Sage Inspire Tour will be rolling into Charlotte next month, and we’re thrilled that this event is finally coming to… Read more »

Year End Center helps Sage customers find answers

Happy new year!!! (Now excuse me while I duck … every accountant, HR manager and IT director out there is about to throw stuff at me.) I know, I know … it’s that special time of year when Month End and Year End happen at the same time. While some business… Read more »

Document management plays huge role in modern business

Have you ever had deja-vu while you’re at work? During one of our latest Coffee Break with Practical Software Solutions meetings, we were discussing TimberScan for Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate. I had a feeling that I had already attended this meeting, even though this was the first time… Read more »

The measure of a man (in terms of coffee)

Tim Lambert makes coffee every morning. OK, that’s not the boldest statement one can make about a person. But like with many things, there’s more to the story. Tim usually arrives at least a half hour before everyone else. As part of his morning routine, he makes a pot of… Read more »

More room for women to break the ‘concrete ceiling’ in construction

People in construction

In the course of a day, I don’t always have time to stop and read every blog post that rolls through my TweetDeck feed. There are ones where I find the headline really interesting and beneficial, so I’ll just RT the link so our followers will find valuable information. Last… Read more »

Wrenches Thrown into Construction Recovery

Last week, I had lunch with a very good friend of mine. I used to work for Karen Courtney, a Realtor with RE/MAX Leading Edge, and she was catching me up with the things going on with her business. She had some closings coming up — one that day, too… Read more »

Rising costs dampen builder confidence in April

Earlier this week, the National Association of Home Builders issued a press release stating that builder confidence dropped two points to 42 in this month in the most recent National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo Housing Market Index (HMI). In the release, Rick Judson, the owner of Charlotte’s Evergreen Development and the… Read more »