Using Key2Act and Microsoft Dynamics GP for Construction Management
In many parts of the United States, especially in the upper Midwest, it feels like there are two distinct seasons: winter and construction. The few brief months with warm weather and clear skies seem to pass quickly, giving construction workers a short amount of time to do a large amount of work.
In an industry where time is money, having the best systems in place to streamline your job and accurately manage costs and budgets is vital. By using Key2Act and Microsoft Dynamics GP for Construction Management, companies are able to:
- Quickly and accurately bid on jobs
- Schedule assets and crews
- Track equipment usage and maintenance costs
That information is then tied directly into Microsoft Dynamics GP, allowing office staff to easily manage finances in real-time, generate invoices and collect the funds that keep your business going. GP also helps managers to track proposals and contracts, making sure that you meet your deadlines and avoid overscheduling your crew.
With a short window of opportunity for your construction business, you don’t have the time for manual processes or mindless data entry. Putting an effective software system like Microsoft Dynamics GP and Key2Act in place ensures you’ll add more to your bottom line with fewer headaches.
Want to learn more? Visit Stoneridge Software's website for more information. We're one of nine Key2Act Executive Partners, ensuring that you have access to the most knowledgeable Key2Act experts in the industry.
*Note: Key2Act was formerly WennSoft, a leader in field service and construction technology.*
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