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Construct for Sage Accounts is the most popular contract management solution for small to medium sized contractors used by over 2,300 businesses throughout the UK and Ireland.
This comprehensive and flexible construction accounting software solution provides you with the tools required to run and manage your business effectively and efficiently, helping you to increase margins, reduce risk, manage projects and save time and money.
Whether you’re already using Sage Accounts, Excel spreadsheets or software from another provider, discover how to run your business at optimal efficiency and profitability.
Our free online webinars will show you how you can streamline processes between contractors, subcontractors and HMRC covering the following topics:
Discover how you can manage your subcontractors more efficiently alongside Sage Accounts in one integrated system, from order to payment.
This webinar will show you how you can easily manage your entire subcontractor chain, from validating and tracking subcontractor CIS, insurance policies, monitoring performance, generating subcontractor orders, payment statements and matching invoices at a click of a button.
Learn how you can get better control and real-time visibility of your contract costs using Sage.
This webinar will be covering how you can put an end to duplicating the processing of your project costs and contract values, helping you to reduce your workload, save time and limit duplication ensuring you never go over budget without knowing it. Discover how you can streamline your job costing processes into one fully integrated Sage platform.
Explore the differences between using Sage Job Costing and Sage Projects versus a construction-specific system built for Sage Accounts to manage your contracts.
This webinar will discuss the advantages to be gained from using Construct for Sage 50 and show how you can gain better control, analysis and real-time visibility of your contract costs and contract profitability alongside Sage Accounts. Removing the need for disparate systems and spread sheets for processes such as managing committed and accrued costs, sales applications, hired and owned plant and retention – ensuring live profit, CVR and WIP reporting is possible at the click of a button.
Discover how you can manage Variations on your contracts alongside Sage.
This webinar will show you how you can create a Contract alongside Sage for each of your jobs and assign budgets to help you monitor the build-up of costs. It will also show you how you can create a Variation on a Contract so you can see the original budget and the budget for each individual Variation.
Discover how to follow the same best practice reporting methods adopted by hundreds of other construction companies that use Sage.
This webinar will show you how you can quickly generate construction-related project data from your Sage system. We’ll also show how you can create and custom dashboards to provide the exact information you need to run your business such as WIP and Retention reports.
Discover how you can fully track your Application for Payment process with Sage using a construction-specific accounting tool.
This webinar will show you how you can track money you have applied for versus what has been certified, invoiced and crucially, what cash has been received against each of your jobs, helping you to gain an accurate, real-time financial picture of each individual job.
Construct for Sage 50 Accounts is a comprehensive and flexible finance solution providing you with the tools to run and manage your business effectively and efficiently, helping you to increase margins, manage projects and save time and money. Construct for Sage delivers transparency, functionality and accountability and is the perfect solution for small and medium-size contractors.
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