How Sachse Construction Integrated Accounting and Operations

Sachse’s rapid growth and increasingly complex projects strained existing software and created a heavy reliance on Microsoft Excel as a bridge between non-integrated Operations and Accounting solutions. Project efficiency was impacted by a dependence on the Accounting department for financial reporting, a lack of real-time data, and difficulty in quickly identifying and limiting margin erosion. Inherent inefficiencies included duplicative data entry and spreadsheet reconciliation which weighed heavily on all.

Read the case study to learn how Sachse Construction integrated accounting and operations, resulting in faster execution and greater control of projects.

“Instead of Accounting living in one world and Operations in another, it’s one world.”

Kathy Sulik, Project Manager, Sachse Construction