Here at BQE, 2017 was a year of big changes and triumphs. We released the 2017 versions of ArchiOffice and BillQuick, launched Core (!), and had an amazing user conference. Our most popular blog posts fittingly reflect this mix of exciting new developments and our constant commitment to our customers. Let’s see what our readers loved this year…
These suggestions came straight from one of our most impressive ArchiOffice trainers, Pam McGinty. With them (and another five in a subsequent post), she certainly illustrated how important different kinds of tracking are.
Our CEO and founder, Shafat Qazi, shared a meaningful lesson from his decades of experience: You always need to look at the whole picture.
In this article, I discussed how billing, time and expense tracking, and reporting can be automated so you can have more free time. Whether you spend it winning new clients or sipping hot chocolate, well, that’s up to you.
Three seems to be the magic number! In this BillQuick blog, accounting industry expert Seth David went over just how crucial your balance sheet, profit and loss report, and statement of cash flows are.
Painless? That’s the dream. These tips at least make the billing process a lot more tolerable.
It looks like this post offered some very powerful reasons to come to Vegas for our user conference, since so many of you showed up and had a ball!
11 key performance indicators may seem like a lot to monitor on a regular basis, but in this post we showed you why getting a comprehensive view of your projects is so vital.
Sorry, this post may have been unbearably punny for some. However, our chief creative officer, Steve Burns, offered meaningful advice for architects in both their professional and private lives.
This article brought it back to one of our most traditional (and beloved) topics: time tracking. While BQE has evolved far beyond simply time-billing software, we know that proper time and expense management is foundational if you want truly actionable data.
Since Core was such a massive milestone for us, it’s only right that our post introducing it to you was the most popular one of the year.
Thanks for reading! Feel free to comment about posts you’d like to see in the near future!