CTS Launches New Construction Software Blog

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New blog focuses on how to successfully select and implement software for construction, and complements the content available in the CTS Construction Software Selection Kit.

Sheldon Needle

By taking advantage of our free resources . . . our visitors can maximize the value of their technology investment and lessen the risk of purchasing a solution that doesn’t meet their needs.

CTS Guides, a leading publisher of construction software reviews, ratings and evaluation tools, today announced that it has launched a new blog that helps construction software buyers successfully choose and implement new software. The blog complements the contents available in the free CTS Construction Software Selection Kit and provides an educational supplement to the company's signature Smart Shortlist™ consult.

In a world that has become saturated with technology-related blogs and article databases that typically discuss things like hardware platforms and industry gossip, CTS' construction software blog fills a significant content gap by focusing on the how-to aspects of selecting and implementing construction accounting software and other types of software for construction. For example, a recent post by CTS President Sheldon Needle titled, "The Software Buying Process for Contractors: One Step Forward, Two Steps Backward," explains the typical pitfalls associated with the buying process and advises construction software buyers how to avoid them.

Other posts by Needle, who is the blog's primary author, include "Software Selection/Integration Issues for Large Contractors" and “Construction Software Maintenance Fees: What Will You Get for Your Money?" The blog also features guest posts from other industry experts that provide key insights around software in construction. Recent guest posts include "The Key to Contractor Profit in the 21st Century" and "The Inside Perspective: My Experience Selling Construction Software."

"Our goal at CTS is to educate contractors so they make the best software decisions possible," Needle said. "By taking advantage of our free resources, which focus on the best practices and potential pitfalls of software selection, our visitors can maximize the value of their technology investment and lessen the risk of purchasing a solution that doesn’t meet their needs."

Since 1983, CTS has been educating software buyers about the risks and benefits associated with various solutions and vendors. The construction blog is another educational channel that companies can utilize to make the best software choice.

Contractors looking for new software are invited to read the new CTS construction software blog, and get their free Construction Software Selection Kit and Smart Shortlist Consult, by visiting the CTS Web site.

Established in 1983, CTS was the first company to perform hands-on, independent evaluations of software for the middle market. Since then CTS has helped over 23,000 companies select new software and technology. CTS Guides are also widely used by CPAs, consultants and software resellers to assist their clients.

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