Tag Archives: Sage Construction and Real Estate

Guest Post: Sharing Knowledge Through TUG Conference

TUG Conference 2017 classroom

This week, one of our Sage CRE customers, Rhiannon Thompson of Davidson Excavation in Russiaville, Ind., gives her impressions of attending her second TUG National Users Conference: When I first learned the Sage Summit 2017 Tour stop in Atlanta and the 2017 TUG National Users Conference were overlapping, my heart… Read more »

Recent cloud-based server hacks serve as warning to all

CERN cloud server

I don’t know how Deb Carpenter Beck does it. The longtime Sage Construction and Real Estate marketer, who can still be found on the Plumb Bob Square Rants blog, always writes about the most topical posts in the industry. Ironically her latest blog post hit too close to home as we’re… Read more »

Free Training For Sage 100 Contractor 2016 SQL version

Sage 100 Contractor

Denise Johnson is my favorite person ever! Ok, granted, I’ve never met the senior curriculum developer and trainer for Sage Construction and Real Estate. However, her latest post on the Sage CRE Product Blog made want to sing her praises. Earlier this week, Denise announced on Sage City that Sage will… Read more »

Customer training becomes a learning experience

Being the marketing director here at Practical Software Solutions is like being a utility infielder in baseball: You have to know a lot about many products, but you never really become an expert at one. That’s not to say that I wouldn’t mind being an expert in every software title… Read more »

Sage Summit 2015 recap: A letter to Jann Guthridge

Dear Jann, When you wrote to me on July 23 to tell me you and George Koerner couldn’t to make it to Sage Summit 2015, we were in a bit of disbelief. Sage Summit without Jann and George? You’ve been attending with us for so long that it wouldn’t be the same… Read more »

Sage Summit 2015: The tease

I had it all planned out. It was going to be great! The partner kick-off for Sage Summit 2015 was scheduled (via webcast) for 1 p.m. Eastern yesterday, and I figured if I waited until then, I’d have some kick-butt information to share with my readers. Sure, it would mean… 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 »

The importance of being a Sage partner

There are many things that make my job easier. I’m sure that everyone out there can relate to having the right tools for the job. I remember a couple of years ago when I got an upgraded laptop and, not too long after that, a subscription to Adobe Creative Cloud. Armed with… Read more »

On 3D printing: Give technology time to mature

I’ve been keeping a closer eye on TweetDeck in the past few weeks, as we’ve got a few trade shows coming up on our calendar. Our Grower Vertical team is heading to MANTS (Mid-Atlantic Nursery Trade Show) in Baltimore next week, and Susan Burris from our Sage Construction and Real Estate… Read more »