These contractors have excitedly told us how FOUNDATION® construction accounting software has helped them work smarter. Like the construction owner who, before FOUNDATION, used to rely exclusively on spreadsheets for reporting. Or the controller who enjoys the flexibility of running job reports on the fly, for any day with the detail that he chooses. Or the office manager who can now easily create AIAs.
Foundation loves hearing about these successes. In fact, we are so committed to building long-term, successful partnerships with contractors that we regularly survey our clients to learn what could help them become more productive and profitable.
Below is just a sampling of the great things contractors have said about our construction accounting software and support recently. For more contractor references, see our FOUNDATION case studies or contact us toll-free at (800) 246-0800.
Because FOUNDATION runs on a Microsoft SQL database, we knew the integrity of the date-sensitive data was ensured. We also liked the user-friendly format, the complete integration between modules, and how it easily integrates with external interfaces.
FOUNDATION is one of the most advanced construction accounting products on the market and an ideal system from a CPA’s perspective. It provides both timely and accurate information that will enhance their ability to manage the financial side of a contractor’s business – a win-win situation.
We like to track quantities and estimated vs. actual costs of our self-performed work. FOUNDATION for Window’s flexibility in job cost reporting and ability to easily tie into outside software, such as Excel, were deciding factors in making the change.
The quality of training we received in FOUNDATION far exceeded our expectations. The training/technical support staff worked around our schedules and responded to our questions and needs throughout the entire process of conversion.
The ease of use and the amount of time saved with FOUNDATION’s AIA billing is great. Previous billings are there, and you just need to insert the current amount due. The same thing applies to certified payroll.