Jonas Construction was thrilled to be invited as a guest on the ConTech Crew Podcast recently to discuss construction technology and cloud software with host and JBKnowledge CEO James Benham and BIMBOX’s Buck Davis.
A commonly confused pair of terms in the construction industry are construction management and project management. They are often used interchangeably under the same definition, when in reality, there are major defining differences between the two.
If you are a construction business owner or investor, you may already be familiar with construction bonds. Construction bonds play a crucial role in the bidding process for construction projects, but also reflect how well a contracting business operates its business and achieves its profitability..
When it comes to selecting a construction management software, some obvious items a user will want to check off are items like scalability of the software, how well it integrates with some of your existing software or better yet – if it can replace some applications as a complete construction management solution.
If you are a contractor looking for a simple accounting system, QuickBooks for Contractors might be the choice for you. If you are beginning to notice its shortcomings, and are seeking a more complete and integrated software, then it might be a good idea to look at a full ERP solution.
We recently did a case study with one of our clients, Current Mechanical, taking a look at how they have been able to streamline, grow, and enhance their business since investing in Jonas Construction Software.
When purchasing a Service & Construction Management Software solution, following a set of processes and procedures will help your business make the right decision. In this blog post, we will provide five steps to help any business select a Service & Construction Management Software solution.