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It’s one thing to consider your business best-in-class when it comes to financial performance; it’s quite another to see if the numbers back up that assumption. Financial performance is just one key performance indicator every construction company must pay attention to, but you may be wondering whether your current dashboard is giving you the data you need to accurately forecast whether this year’s results will meet expectations.

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If you are about to embark on a project or simply need some reminders, review these 13 questions before considering a new ERP. If you do so, you will sharply increase your odds for success and spend a lot less money. You will also find that the entire process will go more smoothly.

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Get the resources you need for better productivity and profit potential! Discover new promotions for Sage 100 Contractor, Sage 300 CRE and Sage Estimating. Contact George Kirshe (Sage 100 Contractor or Sage 300 CRE) at 508-281-1253 or Scott Kirshe (Estimating) at 508-970-9327 with any questions. Offers expire June 28th.

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Learn more about your Sage software and stay up to date with the latest changes, and new procedures by attending one of our events. Alternatively, contact us to discuss your specific training needs and one of our Sage certified consultants would be happy to schedule a time to meet with you and your employees.

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Keep up-to-date with the latest Sage tips and tricks. Email statements to clients and jobs with Sage 100 Contractor and setup GL budgets for use in financial statements with Sage 300 CRE.

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Most Massachusetts employees will be eligible to take paid medical leave (20 weeks) and family leave (12 weeks) as well as military caregiver leave (26 weeks) beginning in 2021.  There are a few deadlines the Massachusetts employers should know about now: Massachusetts employees must begin contributing (through payroll deductions) to both the medical leave and family leave programs beginning on July 1, 2019.

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