Simply put, the blockchain is a means of distributing digital information. It creates an encrypted ledger system for money to be exchanged for goods and services outside of the traditional monetary system. It stores and … about Can Blockchain Help Transform the Construction Industry?
In the last year alone, the average house price for all of Australia increased by almost 10 per cent, surging 44.2 per cent from 2011 to 2016. This swell has made the Australian real estate … about Proptech – what is it and where will it lead us
The off-site construction trend is not limited to that of houses and apartments, it is used broadly across various commercial and residential construction industries. Sometimes it serves to reduce cost and time, on other occasions … about Why Off-Site Construction is On the Rise
Every morning, you sit down at your computer with the best intentions. With coffee in one hand and your to-do list in the other, you’re feeling geared up and ready for a productive day on … about Accounting vs Job Costing: Who Does What and What’s the Difference?
The best case scenario is that whenever you complete work according to contract standards, you get paid timely. When that doesn’t happen, your first lines of defense before using litigation are mechanic’s liens or payment … about Navigating the Muddy Waters of Mechanic’s Liens and Payment Bonds
Overall, QuickBooks helps construction firms save time and money and ultimately obtain peace of mind, which is essential in light of the particular accounting challenges within their field. These businesses routinely face the realities of … about QuickBooks is a Natural Fit for Construction Project Management
There is a misconception that contractors make all their money off of change orders. Let’s set the record straight: nobody likes change orders. While there are certainly cases where a contractor’s profitability on a project … about Change the Way you Think about Change Orders