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How integrated project management, CRM, and communications tools can cure this construction firm’s problems

This construction firm in Tampa had tried different solutions to its project management woes. Unfortunately, all of their options were too specific and limited in scope. Learn how WORK[etc] can be the all-in-one cloud-based solution to project management, budgeting, costing, and even communication between you and your clients.

Struggling with paper-based reports? Learn how a cloud-based system can turn this engineering company around

This engineering company in Australia was facing a problem all too familiar to others in the construction business: tracking project costs through paper-based daily reports is far too inefficient. Learn how WORK[etc]'s project management tools and app integration features can help keep track of day-to-day progress, whether you're in the office or on-site.

The one system solution to this construction firm’s project management and info tracking headaches

This building science consulting and testing company had to sift through a mountain of notes and emails to find relevant information on their clients and projects. Billing and collections were a hassle, giving the company a hard time tracking down delinquent accounts and losing money in the process. Learn how WORK[etc] can become the all-in-one solution to your project management and CRM needs.

Contact chaos? How this industrial sales firm consolidated their contacts in a cloud-based system

This industrial equipment sales company has been in business for four decades, keeping their long list of contacts and sales histories in notebooks the entire time. Now, they're trying to get their sales team better equipped for expansion. Learn how WORK[etc]'s integrated feature set can help solve your contact and lead management and sales tracking concerns.

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Where Your Gadgets Go To Die

The world is drowning in garbage, and we’re all starting to suffer because of it. One of the worst is electronic waste, or e-waste. Computers, phones—pretty much any kind of consumer electronics that end up in landfills can contain toxic chemicals that may leach into the soil and contaminate groundwater. Take an old cathode ray […]

Tried and Tested WORKetc Tips From Real Users Pt. 2

Like I promised last week, here’s the second part in our two-part series on the real, actionable WORKetc business management software tips and tricks that our creative and resourceful users have shared with us. Read on and let’s get this started! Quickly attach items to each other using their ID numbers (without hyphens) when searching […]

Tried and Tested WORKetc Tips From Real Users Pt. 1

I’m not bragging when I say that WORKetc has a lot of features. It’s just stating a fact. After all, would you expect any less from an all-in-one business management software that seamlessly merges CRM, projects, sales, billing, help desk, and more in one app? Another thing I’ve always harped on about is the level […]

The Hidden Costs of “Free” CRMs

While getting coffee a couple of days ago I overheard someone in the line behind me say one of the most cliched lines ever set to music: “The best things in life are free.” That may very well be true in a sort of metaphysical or emotional aspect (some of us might actually have to […]

Work Smarter, Work Faster, and Save Time with WORKetc and G Suite

Google unveiled a new name for their popular suite of productivity apps last year. Instead of Google Apps for Work, it’s now known simply as G Suite. As a Google Cloud Partner, we were quick to conform to the new naming convention. If you’ve looked over our G Suite help docs over the past few […]

WORKetc Soon to be Powered by the World’s Largest Cloud Network

Right around 2002, Amazon had a problem: their app engineers didn’t have the necessary infrastructure and tools with which to build products without having to lose too much time talking to their networking engineers. They got rid of the need for this constant back-and-forth by building a system that would let them build web-scale applications […]