Team Members from ComputerEase Software will be spending this Saturday, September 27th, at the Cincinnati Zoo. But it’s not for the animals. This time, the animals are taking a side stage to a good cause.
We’re participating in Cincinnati Walks for Kids 2014. Our chosen charity is The Cincinnatus Foundation for Research and Education on Turner Syndrome. Turner Syndrome is a chromosomal abnormality that occurs in women that can cause serious health problems like congenital heart disease, hypothyroidism, diabetes and more.
One of the youngest members of the ComputerEase family (she just turned one!) was diagnosed with Turner Syndrome at birth. Now, we’re banding together as “Team Mara” to raise awareness and support research so that we can give her a bright future.
All support is welcome, from well-wishes to donations. If you’d like to make a donation, you can do it on the Cincinnati Walks for Kids website.
Thank you for your support!
We’ve been hard at work for the last few weeks on a brand new introduction video for ComputerEase. We went to several of our customers’ job sites and offices, working with them to provide an overview of what ComputerEase Construction Software is all about. In 2013, ComputerEase will celebrate 30 years of construction software development and innovation. The new video highlights our humble beginning three decades ago and reveals the core principles that have led to our continued success, specifically our innovation, experience and collaboration with our customers.
We’re thrilled with the result, and we invite everyone to check it out.
Last year, we had the privilege of hosting a webinar alongside Matt Mauller, Vice President of Neace Lukens Insurance Agency. At the time, we were in what he called a “soft market” for insurance. Premiums were low, and he told us how to take advantage of the market by either renegotiating with our brokers our kicking them to the curb and finding a new one. You can recap that information by viewing our previous webinars. Since that time, the insurance market has taken a hard turn. Premiums are going up, and it’s making life tougher for contractors. Luckily, Matt Mauller is coming back this year to co-host another webinar, “7 Tips to Keep Your Premiums from Skyrocketing.” Matt will tell us about the current market, how we got there, and what you can do to prevent your premiums from following the upward trend.
This webinar is a must-see for contractors, and it’s absolutely FREE. Space is limited, so be sure to register today!
Some of our customers take ComputerEase Construction Software to a basic level and then stop. They only use 50% of the software’s potential. We want to fix this by offering two full days of training on ComputerEase in Cincinnati, Ohio on September 20th and 21st.
You have completed the hard work – the hours setting up the software are behind you. Now, with a little more education, you can take full advantage of the software’s potential. This advanced training course is a compilation of the best ideas from over 6,000 contractors using ComputerEase over the past 30 years.
It’s time for you to become an expert on ComputerEase. Did you know that over the past 2 years ComputerEase has added over 300 new features to the software? How many of these features are you using? Attend this class and we will make sure you are using all of them.
To learn more or register for the class, visit the Event Signup Page.
We had a great time yesterday at the annual CFMA Golf Outing, held at beautiful Walden Ponds in Cincinnati. ComputerEase has been the major sponsor of this event for several years, and we love going every year. We saw some good friends and customers on the course, and met some new people that we look forward to working with. Our team did fairly well – we ended up in a tie for second place, shooting twelve under. There’s no prize for the runner-up, though. We’d like to congratulate the winners, including Jeff Babiak from Von Lehman and Company, one of our CPA Partners.