February Webinar

Banking Webinar for Practical Solutions for the Construction Industry

ComputerEase Banking Webinar to Provide Practical Solutions to Today's Construction Industry Challenges

Registration is now open for the second ComputerEase Webinar of 2010, which tackles the hot topic of construction banking and lines of credit.

CINCINNATI,Ohio (February 19, 2010) — ComputerEase Software, Inc., a leading provider of construction accounting, project management and remote field-to-office software, today announced that online registrations are now being accepted for its second educational Webinar of 2010, Learn What a Good Banking Relationship Can Do for Your Construction Company, to be held Thursday, February 25, 2010 at 11am EST. In today's tough economic times, it is more important than ever for contractors to understand how to build a strong banking relationship. By sharing insights into what information banks look for and why, this Webinar, featuring Paul Felix from North Side Bank & Trust, will highlight how construction companies can establish or increase their lines of credit.

The ComputerEase banking Webinar will be a timely follow-up to the January event on bonding, which featured Mark Nelson, Vice President of Surety at Neace Lukens, an insurance and risk management firm. "I attended the bonding Webinar in January and was 'wowed' by the information," said Todd Mickler from Diamond Construction. "The presenters really did an outstanding job – I was riveted from beginning to end."

Since the premier ComputerEase Webinar presentation of 9 Deadly Job Cost Mistakes in August of 2009, the online events have been growing in popularity, underscoring the industry’s desire for valuable business management information at a time when many construction companies are looking for a competitive advantage. "We had 160 attendees at our January event," said John Meibers, President of ComputerEase and host of the Webinars," and whe our 50-minute presentation was over, all 160 were still online, waiting for the Q&A segment. The information Mark Nelson shared was so good that nobody wanted to leave!" Meibers anticipates a similar turn-out for the February banking event.

Each ComputerEase Webinar tackles a hot and timely industry topic and is designed to pro-management challenges. While attending the live events is ideal, ComputerEase has created an online archive that allows busy construction professionals to conveniently watch previously- recorded events on-demand. There is no charge to access the Webinar archives, which currently include the following titles:

  • What Bonding Companies Look for in a Contractor
  • Year End Tax Webinar
  • Construction Business management Webinar
  • 9 Deadly Job Cost Mistakes

Although there is no cost to attend the Webinar, pre-registration is required. For more information about the upcoming ComputerEase Webinar, or to be notified of future events, contact Dowd Fox at dowdf@computerease.com.

About ComputerEase

Founded in 1983, ComputerEase develops integrated construction accounting and project management software that helps contractorssolve problems and increases profits. The scalable, modular structure of ComputerEase makes it the ideal fit for companies of all sizes and specialties. In addition to accounting and job costing, ComputerEase offers robust equipment, purchasing, service and electronic document management solutions. ComputerEase takes great pride in providing a matchless level of customer support. To accomplish this, the company has put industry professionals in key positions: 100% of the ComputerEase support, training and implementation staff has construction experience. More than 6,000 contractors across the U.S. use ComputerEase to streamline their operations and increase profits.