Backlog

Plan for Weather to Keep Your Backlog in Check
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Plan for Weather to Keep Your Backlog in Check

Managing backlog should be cut and dry—then there’s the weather More

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Happy (Paper) Trails: Going Paperless in the Office Happy (Paper) Trails: Going Paperless in the Office

Digitized business files can mean savings for your office: Space saved with fewer filing cabinets, time saved searching thorugh folders, and sanity saved thanks to fewer piles of paper hanging around. More

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Business How-To: Paperless Client Meetings

Shawn Nelson, president of New Spaces, switched from making paper-based presentations to using iPads and has more goals for reducing paper use in his company. Plus, step-by-step info from a professional organizer on how to start purging the paper in favor of digital files. More

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Timely Intervention: Advantages of Hiring a Private Inspection Company

Private inspections prevent many of the delays caused by long wait times with city inspectors. More

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Backlog of Cases Gives a Reprieve on Foreclosures
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Benchmark: Foolproof Cash Flow

Use a percentage of completion worksheet to help you monitor cash flow, evaluate job progress, and gauge job profitability. More

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Executive Dashboard: Keeping an Eye on Your Company's Really Important Numbers Executive Dashboard: Keeping an Eye on Your Company's Really Important Numbers

This one-to-two page report will give you the information you need to manage your company proactively, well before crises develop. More

Don't Rush the Recovery
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Don't Rush the Recovery

Wait for a reversal of several of your downturn indicators before you decide that... More

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Take One

For 27 years remodeler David Tyson has almost exclusively relied for new business on customer referrals and doing additional work for previous customers. That's changing. More

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Rehiring Staff...? Rehiring Staff...?

Ten remodelers answer 12 questions about yesterday's building boom, today's business challenges, and tomorrow's commitments toward rebuilding their companies. This question: When business picks up again, what indicators will you need to rehire staff? More

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