Are you in the construction industry and still relying on a document management system that’s disconnected and labour-intensive? You could save time, effort and money by switching to a collaborative digital solution. RedSky Account Manager Marcia Spick shares some top tips…
If your Finance colleagues are still slogging away, manually processing high volumes of invoices, you’re missing a trick. RedSky Product Manager Brendan Magill explains how digitising invoice processing will improve accuracy, speed things up, save you money and free your team to work on more productive tasks.
Having to process hundreds of orders for construction goods and services each month is really piling on the pressure for teams, leaving them precious little time for business improvement. RedSky Senior Consultant Ishbel Wise explains why it makes sense to let an integrated enterprise resource planning (ERP) system take the strain….
Simon Hague, RedSky's Head of Account Management, talks about the benefits of doing a root-and-branch review of current IT processes. Construction companies and contractors can use the review to help unlock the full potential of their software and add phenomenal value to their business.
There’s a pressing need for digital transformation in the UK construction industry. Fail to respond and you could be the architect of your own downfall…
To deliver a construction project on time and on budget, you need to keep a very close eye on costs throughout its life cycle. RedSky Consultant Steve Bell talks about the benefits of digitising the cost value reconciliation (CVR) process.
Goods received notes (GRNs) play a crucial role in the accounts payable process, yet they are frequently mislaid, illegible or ignored. RedSky Product Manager Brendan Magill takes a close look at GRNs, their importance and why digitising them is the logical next step for construction companies.
Reverse Charge VAT for the construction industry came into effect 01 March 2021. Here Liz Bridge, Secretary of the Construction Industry Joint Taxation Committee (JTC) explains what companies need to know.