Cloud Computing Takes the Preakness: Dominate the Race with SaaS Construction Software

By Daniel Collins | May 23, 2017 |

As I watched the Preakness on Saturday and cheered as Cloud Computing overtook Classic Empire (don’t you love horse names?), I couldn’t help but compare the similarities between the horse race and the modern-day decision most construction firms are facing. In horse racing, it rarely pays to be reactive as the field is full of highly competitive top thoroughbreds. The…

Latest Advancements in Construction ERP Software – Look for Cloud-Based Solutions with App Integration

By Randy Collins | May 8, 2017 |

There are many factors to consider in selecting right construction ERP software. An ideal solution should work seamlessly throughout all departments. The software also needs to be scalable, properly supported from an R&D perspective, work in the cloud and integrate with apps. Enterprise resource planning (ERP) software is a suite of integrated applications that seamlessly work together to manage ALL aspects…

Take the Next Step with with Cloud-Based ERP Solutions for Construction Firms

By Randy Collins | April 27, 2017 |

For most business owners, technology has not always been a friend. The collaboration of business computers with phones, tablets and even the network can create a headache for businesses as well as a delay in efficiency and growth. Technology that not only works cohesively together but functions in real-time from anywhere, is a pipe dream for most business owners. The good…

On-Premise vs Cloud-Based Solutions

By Randy Collins | March 21, 2017 |

As technology improves, businesses are under more and more pressure to have access to real-time data and business intelligence to make quicker decisions. Because of its heightened accessibility, cloud computing is paving the way for companies wanting to streamline processes and do away with dated technology. What is Cloud Computing? Cloud computing is the idea of using the internet to…

3 Year-End Tax-Saving Tips for Computer Hardware and Software Purchases

By Randy Collins | November 28, 2016 |

By Michael Miller, CIT, Senior Manager, Tax & Accounting Services, Saltmarsh, Cleaveland & Gund Did you know you can deduct the cost of your newly-purchased computer hardware and software from your taxes? The IRS gives three tax saving options that benefit companies purchasing computer hardware and software. 1. Section 179 The IRS through Internal Revenue Code Section 179 has provided…

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