Easing the remote transition Working remotely isn’t a new idea, but it may be for you. Now that you already have or are planning to send your office team home, here are a couple of tips that will help you and your construction contracting office staff. Tonya Schulte, cofounder of The Profit Constructors, offers two tips that will enhance the effectiveness of your remote office workers. As you’ve seen, from creating redundancies for your document information and collection, to
Office systems – they’re no joke Office systems could be funny, right? Let’s step back a moment and look at where this post came from. As per my own advice, I keep a Squirrel List of ideas that have crossed my path. Occasionally I scan through it when deciding what to write that will benefit our subcontractor clients. A while back I had written what became the title to this article (How to know if your office system is a mess) with a following note which said, “It requires a
Hubdoc pulls your bank statements, recurring bills, and uploaded receipts into one hub. Yet, that is just the beginning. Using Hubdoc means you can reduce the need for manual data entry and paper filing. Time to get rid of that ugly file cabinet? Your “stuff” is stored in the cloud. And, this is a biggy – you can get to what you need in one place. That means you no longer need to log into multiple sites to retrieve the information you’re after. Hubdoc is set up by us, for you
Hubdoc! Whether or not you faithfully watch the annual Hollywood extravaganza known as the Academy Awards, you know there is a competitive division known as “Best Supporting Actor.” Much like the movie world, the real-life accounting world has tech. Tech which supports the big-name players. Those in the supporting rolls make the movie (or the accounting) so much better. Let’s break this down The best tools you own don’t perform well if they’re used with the wrong attachments.
Tonya Schulte, one of our founders, will be attending Scaling New Heights 2017, in Orlando, Florida June fourth through the seventh. I tracked her down and got her to answer a few questions about the event and what part she will have in it. Yvonne: Tonya, when did you first hear about the Scaling New Heights 2017 convention which is taking place in Orlando, Florida this year? And what is it about this event that sets it apart? Tonya: Since this is an annual event, it has been
In this monthly post, I’d like to take some time and introduce you to one of many apps that we at Schulte and Schulte endorse and recommend to our customers. As a firm of construction accounting specialists, of course we would love to help companies in the construction industry with their books and finances, but we also would like to suggest different apps or software that we feel may help our clients out. During this monthly feature, we will be taking a look at several apps
There are deadlines to meet, customers to satisfy, and (let’s face it) the important dollar to chase. You work hard to build your contracting business. Finding ways to streamline the regular functioning is an ongoing process. Today, we present five “tools” for you to use in making your business run a little more smoothly. Close the door! Even if you decided to start your own construction contracting firm because you didn’t like your former boss’s real or implied closed door