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Sage 50, one of the most widely used accountancy packages in the UK, has a great reputation among businesses as a reliable tool. However, as a stand-alone tool, its power and detail does not fully match the requirements of construction companies – that’s where we come in. Over the last two months, Eque2 has welcomed […]
After the recent announcement that support for Sage Job Costing will be discontinued in September 2021, avid users are seeking a solution to replace it. As Sage’s strategic partner in the construction industry, Eque2 is the market leader in the construction software industry across the UK and Ireland. Find out below why hundreds of contractors […]
Hiring and managing subcontractors are key parts of any construction project and can also be one of the most costly, if not properly assessed and organised. This best practice guide will show you how to take the stress out of managing subcontractors. Building relationships with your subcontractors From day one, it’s crucial to build trust […]
EValuate Construction Estimating Software This week at Eque2, we have been looking at the key reasons why EValuate is the front runner for Estimating and Tendering Software across the UK and Ireland. EValuate combines long-standing industry knowledge and pedigree with modern technology to create a powerful yet easy-to-use estimating system that supports hundreds of contractors […]
Chartway Group (Chartway) are an award-winning developer operating across the South East based in Kent. Chartway was launched in 2009 and its business divisions consist of; Chartway Construction, Chartway Civil Engineering, Westerhill Homes, BBS Construction and CGL Drylining. The Group specialises in providing a full range of construction services and continue to maintain strong growth […]
In this article, we discover why 300 contractors and construction companies over the last 12 months have decided Construct for Sage Accounts and EValuate is the best fit for their needs. CPFP LTD CPFP are providers of high-quality, passive fire protection based out of Bristol. The products and services they provide prevent the transfer of […]
In this article, we delve into the core reasons why contractors and construction companies are seeking solutions such as Construct for Sage Accounts. Syncro Fire & Security LTD Syncro Fire & Security LTD are highly respected in the protection and security industry. Operating out of Golborne in Warrington, Syncro specialises in maintaining operational continuity of […]
Based in Northern Ireland, Oakleaf Contracts Europe Ltd (Oakleaf) operate as main contractors and provide interior fit-out for the commercial, public and hospitality sectors across the United Kingdom, Republic of Ireland, and the rest of Europe. Oakleaf were originally using Sage 50 Accounts along with a standalone take off solution for estimating whilst conducting their […]
As customers search for a Sage Job Costing replacement as support comes to an end, we look at the options available to current users to help them ensure they can continue to manage their construction projects alongside Sage 50. Many businesses from all sectors have relied on the Sage Job Costing module for many years […]
In this article, we explore the underlying reasons why contractors are leaving behind manual spreadsheets and outdated construction software by selecting Construct for Sage Accounts, the market-leading job costing software for small to medium contractors in the construction industry. Continue reading to understand the key reasons why two of our twenty-four new customers in January […]
We recently teamed up with our long-standing partner Draycir to deliver an Invoice Recognition module for our market leading Construct for Sage accounting and job costing software. Since launching this new functionality to customers we have seen more than 50 existing customers sign up for the new module and have already processed a staggering 362,500 […]
From 1 January 2021, engaging in business with Europe has changed and there are new rules to follow on exports, imports, tariffs, data and hiring. The Brexit transition webpage on the Government website contains more information on these changes and what businesses need to do https://www.gov.uk/transition. From 1st January 2021, any business in Great Britain […]
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