Showcase: Meet Acumatica.
Make Smarter Decisions, Quicker.
As a leader of your construction business, you need to know about potential problems or client issues before they manifest. You need up to date intelligence every day, whether you’re in your office or on the road. You need it to fit the way you work.
But let’s face it, sometimes you don’t know what you don’t know.
Outdated construction management solutions like Sage 300 or Timberline force you to be reactive rather than proactive. That’s problematic because waiting to analyze data from a job after it’s completed is like waiting until after a divorce to ask your wife if you were a good husband.
Construction Business Intelligence (BI) is about identifying trends, looking to the future, and understanding how things connect and change over time. Doing so helps construction businesses make smart decisions, even when things are moving quickly.
This webinar will review:
- How Acumatica empowers you to make quick decisions with access to KPIs and analytics
- Leveraging integrations — capture mission critical data from external sources
- The freedom of the cloud and mobile access
- Connecting your entire team to critical business systems (Acumatica doesn’t believe in restrictive user licenses!)
Can’t attend the live event? No problem! Register and receive an on-demand recording of the event.
When: Wednesday, June 19th, 1pm et
Where: Register on the side of this page to receive a webinar link
Schedule: 30-minute live presentation | 10-minute Q&A
Register to attend the webinar live, or receive an on-demand recording after the event:
Since graduating from Clemson University in 1975, Pat has focused on helping architects, engineers, developers and construction companies select and implement estimating, project/equipment/service management and financial accounting solutions. His intense focus on “client wins” has led to many long-term friendships as well as a lot of fun. When not working, Pat and his lovely wife Margaret spend time traveling, visiting their 4 children, 5 grandchildren and wastes any spare time trying to lower his (golf) handicap