Marty McCarthy’s Article Entitled
Document Management Can Save Time and Money While Improving Construction Operations
is Published in Construction Executive’s
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My article entitled Document Management Can Save Time and Money While Improving Construction Operations was published on July 13, 2017 in Construction Executive’s e-newsletter Managing Your BusinessBoth are published by the Associated Builders and Contractors (ABC).

In the article, I explain why document management is key to effective workflow both on and off the job site. A document management system allows everyone involved in a project to benefit from having the most up to date version of permits, blueprints, material lists, change orders, incident reports, etc. for each job. Not only will a document management system help to improve operations on a current project, but having this information available for future projects will also help to reduce waste. Document management also helps to:  
  • Improve Teamwork
  • Encourage Collaboration
  • Increase Efficiency
  • Enhance Compliance and Security
  • Improve Record Keeping
  • Save Time and Money


Document management is one component of a digital strategy that construction contractors should consider. There are many excellent packages available to automate functions such as estimating, project management, payroll, billing, and accounting. Many of these systems integrate these functions into one system which will give you the ability to interchange important data. Click here to read the article.


Please feel free to contact me at 610.828.1900 or Marty.McCarthy@MCC-CPAs.com if you would like to discuss how your company can benefit from a document management solution. I am always happy to help.  

Martin C. McCarthy, CPA
Managing Partner
McCarthy & Company, PC

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