Sage Launches Job Ready, Providing Resources to Tackle Construction
New Initiative Empowers Construction and Real Estate Professionals to
Think Boldly, Act Decisively, and Run Their Businesses More
IRVINE, CA -- (Marketwire) -- 12/14/12 -- Sage North America today
announced the launch of Job Ready, an education-rich initiative that
empowers construction and real estate professionals to think boldly,
act decisively, and run their businesses more efficiently.
Construction and real estate professionals who are Job Ready:
-- Are prepared for whatever the day's work throws at them.
-- Know how to contain costs, reduce risk, and keep projects moving by
-- Have clear visibility into the people, processes, and projects that
drive their business.
-- Benefit from purpose-built software that's custom-built for the
"Being Job Ready means more than just having the right tools; it is
about gaining business knowledge and understanding how to use
information and technology to better manage a construction or real
estate business," said Jon Witty, vice president and general manager
of Sage Construction and Real Estate. "Sage knows that today's firms
cannot afford to deal with situations and challenges in a reactive
manner. We are committed to helping construction and real estate
professionals focus on a variety of key topics so they can be
prepared to tackle challenges and better position themselves to
remain competitive and grow their businesses in a tight market."
Through its new Job Ready website, Sage will provide education and
resources including case studies, expert insights, and practical tips
on a series of topics to help construction and real estate
organizations focus on key business concerns. Business Visibility,
the first Job Ready topic, focuses on the five types of visibility
every construction firm should have: reporting, to know what happened
in the past; monitoring, to know what's happening now; analyzing, to
understand why things happened; predicting, to know what might
happen; and mobilizing to access key project data from anywhere.
A Business Visibility reference guide and an interactive e-book "The
Construction Executive's Interactive Guide to Business Visibility;
Part 1: Reporting" are among the first free resources available on
the topic of Business Visibility. Stay informed of new content,
tools, and resources for all Job Ready topics as they are released by
registering for updates here.
With more than 40 years of industry experience, Sage keeps projects
moving with the most job-ready and people-connected solutions for
construction and real estate. Its 40,000 customers manage more than
400,000 jobs, 5.7 million subcontracts and 622,000 rental units each
year with Sage products, including: Sage Construction Anywhere, Sage
300 Construction and Real Estate (formerly Sage Timberline Office),
Sage 300 Trade Specialty (formerly Sage Timberline Enterprise), Sage
Estimating (formerly Sage Timberline Estimating), Sage 100 Contractor
(formerly Sage Master Builder), and Sage 50 Construction Accounting
(formerly Sage Peachtree Premium Accounting for Construction). Follow
Sage Construction and Real Estate on Twitter(R)
(www.facebook.com/SageConstructionandRealEstate) and LinkedIn(R)
and through its Plumb Bob Square Rants blog (blog.sagecre.com).
Sage is a leading global supplier of business management
software and services for small and midsized businesses. The Sage
Group plc, formed in 1981, was floated on the London Stock Exchange
in 1989 and now employs more than 13,500 people and supports more
than 6 million customers worldwide. For more information about Sage
in North America, please visit the company website at NA.Sage.com.
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