Tag Archives: Sage Construction and Real Estate

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 »

Sage Inspire Tour kicks off on East Coast

Sage Inspire Tour event in Philadelphia

Being sick is a drag. A stone-cold drag. OK, 1960s lingo aside, it’s amazing how much passes you by when you’re sick in bed for two straight days. Phone rings and beeps from messages and e-mails? I’ll get it later. Election results? Sports scores? I’ll find out eventually. It’s also… 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 »

Spock, Homer, and the missing Sage Summit sessions

Have you ever had a bad experience completely destroy something you love? I love this blog. For real. I love getting a chance to let the world know what Practical Software Solutions and Sage are doing in my own voice. Almost every assignment I have on a day-to-day basis includes… Read more »

Team Squeaky Wheel helps improve Sage Summit

It didn’t take long for us to get feedback from our customers about Sage Summit 2014 and the revamped website. Of course, you should probably take into account that I sent an e-mail the morning registration opened to two of our customers asking them to let me know what they… Read more »

It’s still snowing, and we’re still here!

I thought it was a good question: “Matt, do you want me to send out an e-mail to our customers to tell them there may be limited support during the winter storm, like we do during the holidays?” It made sense to me. We surely weren’t going to be in… Read more »

Implementation Methodology is more than just a keyword

Let’s say you have a business. You want people to learn how your company can solve other businesses’ problems, so the natural way to get yourself found is to create a website.  Then you begin with the pie-in-the-sky notions about what’s going to bring people to your site. Surely, they’ll… 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 »