General Contractor Software Market Critical Analysis with Expert Opinion: Sage, Acumatica, Procore

Edison, NJ — (SBWIRE) — 11/12/2020 — Global General Contractor Software Market Report from AMA Research highlights deep analysis on market characteristics, sizing, estimates and growth by segmentation, regional breakdowns & country along with competitive landscape, players market shares, and strategies that are key in the market. The exploration provides a 360° view and insights, highlighting major outcomes of the industry. These insights help the business decision-makers to formulate better business plans and make informed decisions to improved profitability. In addition, the study helps venture or private players in understanding the companies in more detail to make better informed decisions.

Major Players in This Report Include,
Jonas Construction Software Inc. (Canada), Viewpoint, Inc. (United States), Procore (United States), Sage (United States), ComputerEase (United States), JOBPOWER (United States), CMiC (Canada), A-Systems (United States), Explorer Software (Canada) and Acumatica (United States)

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How Social Media Is Critical To Succeeding In Real Estate In 2021

Industries that rely heavily on in-person, face-to-face contact have had to adapt quickly in order to stay relevant this year. 

One of those industries is real estate. Instead of hosting open houses and scheduling multiple showings in an afternoon, agents are now doing much more work behind the screen—whether that’s streaming video walk-throughs for multiple clients at a time or working with other videographers to develop 3D tours. 

While real estate already relied heavily on online platforms like Zillow and social media sites, the importance of these platforms has increased exponentially with everyone staying home. 

I recently spoke with one luxury agent, Philip Scheinfeld of New York’s Compass, about what he and his colleagues are seeing in terms of how social media is shaping the industry. Scheinfeld is one of the city’s most successful

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Palestinian official Erekat in critical, stable condition

JERUSALEM – Senior Palestinian official Saeb Erekat remained in critical but stable condition in an Israeli hospital Tuesday, his family said, as he continued his life-threatening battle against the coronavirus.

Erekat’s family told the official Palestinian news agency WAFA that he was receiving artificial respiration in the intensive care unit at Israel’s Hadassah Medical Center.

Hadassah said late Tuesday that Erekat has been placed on an ECMO machine, which provides for the oxygenation of blood while preventing damage to the lungs caused by mechanical ventilation. It said he was “stable” with “excellent oxygenation.”

It said doctors were consulting with experts around the world as they grappled with what they described as a complicated case due to Erekat’s history of health issues. The hospital said Erekat, who underwent a lung transplant in 2017, suffered from a weak immune system and a bacterial infection in addition to COVID-19.

Erekat, 65, has been

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Casting a Critical Eye, From the Slaughterhouse to the White House

This article is part of our latest Fine Arts & Exhibits special report, which focuses on how art endures and inspires, even in the darkest of times.

Months before the 2016 presidential election, Sue Coe used her printmaking tools to create “It Can Happen Here,” a linocut caricature of Donald J. Trump as a howling tornado tearing the United States Constitution in two. “I watched Brexit,” said the 69-year-old artist, who was born in Britain and who has been based in New York for almost 50 years. “I knew he was going to get elected.”

Ms. Coe has been prescient about a lot of things in her searing social-political art. Her work can feel like a punch in the face or a call to action — or both.

“Sue Coe: It Can Happen Here,” a four-decade retrospective on view at Galerie St. Etienne in New York through Dec. 30,

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Four Critical Planning Considerations For Sales Enablement Leaders In 2021

As planning season intensifies, and enablement leaders are asked how they’ll continue to adapt to the new normal and lead a transition to the next normal on the other side, there are two themes that should underlie every decision and initiative, and they’re both about getting back to basics. 

As we begin the fourth quarter of 2020 and look back at the challenges sales enablement professionals have met and addressed this year, most will be proud of the role that enablement has played in keeping sellers producing. They made virtual everything common practice, adapted selling approaches to match what customers needed in their new reality and adjusted sales communications to be more immediate, actionable and empathetic. Nice work! You did your part to keep the economy functioning. Thank your team. Now, take a deep breath…and let it out. OK, now let’s figure out 2021. 

As planning season intensifies, and enablement

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