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 •  January 17

We chatted with Professional Services Manager Scott Key to see what ExakTime does to ensure customers’ success. Here’s what he had to say! What if someone asked you, “How much does ExakTime really do to make sure customers are successful?” Please provide concrete examples—we love those. I would say that we do a lot. Some of it is on the backend. We...

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 •  December 12, 2017

California general contractors and subcontractors, be warned: conducting business as usual may get a little thornier for you come January 1, 2018. If you hadn’t heard, the California state legislature and Governor Jerry Brown made Assembly Bill 1701 a law in October. It takes effect on the first day of next year, to many mixed feelings in the...

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 •  December 6, 2017

ExakTime (formerly TimeSummit) Connect, our cloud-based time tracking software, frees you from buying software as well as operating or managing your own hardware resources. That’s a major plus. SaaS software is great because affords a lighter load for customers, but it does introduce a whole new aspect of management on the back end. ExakTime’s...

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 •  November 28, 2017

If a genie were to sit you down today and offer you easier bidding and budgeting, more accurate labor tracking, or fewer overtime hours, you’d probably say, “Yes, please.” But if the same genie said he’d grant you software that could give you a real-time window onto your workforce and streamline your processes, your response might be, “Speak...

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 •  November 21, 2017

Creating a competitive advantage that separates you from the pack is tough for a specialty contractor. This is especially true when your industry is full of scrappy people like yourself trying to fight you for your piece of the pie. Here are four essential tips to help you remain a viable venture, and increase your market share. 1. Hire—and...

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 •  November 14, 2017

Technology can make things better, but it can also make people feel a little anxious. We’ve all heard stories (some of them true, unfortunately) about employers tracking workers through GPS without their permission, even on downtime, and finding out way too much about whether they prefer Walmart or Costco, and if they gambled at The Bellagio or...

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 •  November 7, 2017

If you’re like other smart business owners, you’re always looking for ways to improve your processes and save money. Surveys show that three of the top five priorities for small business owners are 1) to reduce costs, 2) to improve software, and 3) to track workflow—not too shocking. You might not be aware that there are business solutions that can...

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 •  October 26, 2017

We all struggle with trying to please everyone. Read on to get some tips and tricks about how to use a certain two-letter word to your financial advantage. Saying No Isn’t Negative Were you aware that saying ‘no’ at the right times could save your business thousands of dollars? That’s why, to run your business well, you have to learn what you...

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 •  October 12, 2017

It’s no secret that construction project rarely go as planned. Accidents, bad weather, faulty equipment and other factors can delay or even derail a project that leads to unprofitable work.
The tips below will help you creating better cost estimates when budgeting for a project, which will make both you and your customers happier.
1. Connect with...

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 •  October 5, 2017

Accurately identifying the cost of labor for your business could help you save money and stay profitable. If you have done a serious labor cost estimate, you’re more prepared to manage your budget, offer your products or services cost effectively, and reach your bottom line. To calculate the true cost of labor, you’ll have to take much more than an...