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Five common construction admin challenges (and how to overcome them)
(and how to reduce it)
In this month’s feature spotlight, we look at the important role that reporting has to play in Evolution M.
Every contractor knows that CIS verification is a vital administrative task that’s become routine since 2007.
A new year means new events to look forward to! Maybe you’re excited about business expansion plans, or starting work on a lucrative new project - or perhaps you’re hoping that 2017 will be the year that you upgrade your construction software!
As every construction company knows, building projects take time, planning and detailed resources. Constraints on time and budgets means that companies are under increasing pressure to find ways to deliver their projects leaner and faster.
2016 has certainly been a memorable year - few could have predicted a single one of its major events, let alone them occurring in combination! If we look back at our own predictions for 2016, you’ll see that we were a bit hit and miss, too!
As a company we’ve made significant progress in 2016 - not just in terms of our software, but behind-the-scenes, too. We’ve been delivering significant updates to all of our products, providing our customers with more value and ever-improving functionality.
Everyone in the UK construction industry knows that it faces a skills shortage. With the labour costs in your accounting software rising and it becoming ever more difficult to fill specialist roles, it’s likely you’ve experienced the effects of the skills shortage first-hand.
Software for construction management comes in two forms: generic solutions that are designed for use by any business, and specialist solutions which are built from the ground up to work specifically for contractors and the construction industry.
If you find that your accounting software isn’t providing useful reports and insights, chances are the quality of data input is to blame. In particular, inaccurate data can result in reporting issues, or worse, cause them to present misleading results in job costing.