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Just because you’re insured doesn’t mean you’re covered. In this insightful video and Job Ready Guide, Joel Dietzman from Anchor Insurance & Surety explains why.
Kelly Niemela from LaPorte & Associates describes how to use surety bonds to shift your risk as well as prequalify subcontractors.
Construction business consultant Leslie Shiner says ignoring compliance is like driving without a seat belt. Find out why and how you can make sure your company is buckled up for the ride.
Change happens in construction. Consultant Leslie Shiner shows how to overcome the common challenges associated with change orders so you don’t leave money on the table.
A risk management program can be applied at any construction company, no matter the size. Any program that methodically addresses a contractor’s various risks—both at a corporate and project level—can help increase the company’s ability to successfully achieve its objectives.
There are many ways to set up an effective program. Here are some basic guidelines recommended by risk management experts.
Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate offers controls to assure contracts are signed, liens are waived, and subcontractor insurance and bonds are in place.
Sage MyAssistant can automatically track known risks and notify the right team members when an issue poses a threat to your project or business.
Sage 100 Contractor and Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate help your team proactively identify and resolve issues that can put your project at risk.
Take our quick assessment to find out. Assess your business in 6 key areas: job cost management, change order management, subcontractor compliance, payroll, service management and winning work—and receive suggestions for improvement.
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