Effective tools that today's modern contractor needs to successfully run a construction business and meet the unique challenges of construction accounting, project management, and service management.
As construction companies receive funding from the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP), understanding the forgiveness period is proving to be a complex and evolving process.
Cash flow has always been a major concern for contractors. With today’s competitive business landscape it’s more important than ever to establish policies and procedures for collecting timely payments.
Understanding common construction accounting mistakes is the first step to take when creating a plan to avoid them. Here are four of the most common accounting pitfalls CPA's see contractors make in the construction industry.
How do you find a construction-focused CPA for your business? Here’s four questions to ask when evaluating a CPA to ensure they’re truly knowledgeable in the nuances of construction accounting.
In construction accounting, managing cash flow and optimizing for maximum job profitability is a daily responsibility. Profit margins can be extremely narrow and contractors need to do everything possible to increase accounting efficiency to continue to grow.
This acquisition is about more than software; it’s taking a good thing and making it even better. John Meibers, who was the ComputerEase President for 22 years, continues to lead the ComputerEase charge, and will do so for years to come. Read on to learn more about the evolution of ComputerEase and what clients can expect to experience firsthand.
Accounts payable is a pillar of the company’s overall financial standing and executives base almost every business decision on their view of that financial picture. Unfortunately, most mid-size businesses still rely on manual, paper-based payment processes that take too long, cost too much and provide little visibility. Read our blog to learn how AP automation sets your business up for growth.
By now you’ve heard the news that Deltek has acquired ComputerEase. In this blog, ComputerEase Vice President, John Meibers, shares why he is so excited and energized by this change and what current and future clients can expect from this acquisition long term.