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Features vs. Future: Develop a Roadmap for Long-Term Success

Business savvy entrepreneurs continually achieve success through unremitting hard work, training, skill-building and practice in order to stay on top of their game. The same should hold true for your critical business tools like your ERP or CRM system. Getting these systems implemented and your staff trained are just the first steps in an ongoing […]

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The Problem with Construction Software

Legacy construction software can be costly and inefficient. The ongoing reluctance in the construction industry to adopting new technologies and eliminating data silos has led to serious and systemic issues such as poor productivity and cost overruns to be viewed as “normal” within the construction industry. Overcoming Problems with Construction Software In early 2014, as majority […]

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Dollars vs. Deployment: A Look at SAAS vs. On-Premise Solutions

For many small-to-medium sized businesses, SAAS (cloud) deployments have leveled the playing field with larger organizations that have access to greater resources. Think about it. Your project teams can execute complicated projects on-time, within budget. But managing an internal network, updating software and hardware, and troubleshooting issues just is just not in your wheelhouse – […]

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Thanks to All New Strategies Group Clients for a Great Year

Since partnering with Dexter + Chaney in 2015, we have added many new Strategies Group clients! We are very grateful for the opportunity to assist these companies in their implementation of Spectrum® Construction Software. We look forward to partnering with you in 2017! New Strategies Group Clients Aerocom Systems Ameritech Services ATC Development Core Roofing […]

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How Much Time Off is Enough?

How does your company handle it’s paid time off policy? Is it traditional? A banked system? Or something more radical and experimental? Employee benefits, including Paid Time Off (PTO), have become a much bigger consideration in the retention of good team members. With technological advances promoting the opportunity for remote workers, the inclusion of the […]

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CHANGE Management Process – Commit (or You Will be Committed to your Circumstances)

Having seven kids, my wife and I are always looking for ways to engage with them on their level to create shared moments of growth and discussion. One of the unlikely tools we have started to use is Netflix. While this method is probably not taught in any Human Behavior courses or change management process workshops, it […]

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Watershed Moment

Whether you are basking in the glow of a prosperous and fulfilling 2015 or trying to forget the challenges of last year, we will all most likely have to face another watershed moment in the New Year.  A watershed moment represents a critical turning point when an important change happens. The decisions we make in […]

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