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How Well does the Software Manage Budgets and Job Costs?

As a general contractor, you have to make a profit—otherwise, your company goes out of business. To do that, you have to track expenses and consider details like the scope of work, pricing, and productivity. “If all that information is one place, you’ll get a better sense of how the job is progressing,” Crosby says. Accessing that information in real-time is also important. “Then when you get an RFI, you can see it as a potential change order and get an immediate idea of how much the entire job is costing and how much change is going to be needed. Rolling all this together builds trust in the entire project.”

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