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Upcoming BQE Webinars!

Webinars provide business-critical information that is relevant to your brand’s interests without having to spend a lot of time and effort on your end.

Here are three reasons why you should attend our webinars:

  1. Career development - You should never stop learning! Webinars are positioned to deliver relevant, timely information designed specifically for you.
  2. Impress your boss - The more you know, the more you can bring to your company. Webinars enable you to grow your knowledge of best practices that are pertinent to your brand and industry.
  3. Learn from the pros - Webinar hosts have experience in the trenches, discussing real challenges and success stories.

Don’t miss out on BQE’s upcoming webinars!

Oct 24: If your firm is so successful, where is all the money? Simple ways to make your firm thrive financially

When: Thursday, Oct 24, 2019, 10:00 to 11:00 AM Pacific

If your firm takes pride in its ability to practice engineering that endures, you owe it to yourself and your clients to make your firm equally sustainable. This webinar will cover 10 simple things your firm can start doing to becoming financially stable, which will not only take away the financial pressure so many firms face each month but allow your firm to grow, hire the finest talent and attract coveted clients.

Join us in this exciting webinar presented by Steven Burns, FAIA, Chief Creative Officer at BQE Software. With more than 20 years of experience managing a successful architectural practice and having consulted with hundreds of firms over the last 15 years, Steve has been witness to every good and bad method of firm management and financial stewardship.

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Oct 28: How to Implement the Latest Technologies to Increase Productivity and Profitability

When: Monday, Oct 28, 2019, 10:00 to 11:00 AM Pacific

Any firm that wants to achieve consistent and sustained business growth needs to discover a competitive advantage that will put them on the path to success well into the future.

These competitive advantages may come in the form of increased productivity among staff, more efficiency within projects, smoother operations of every element of the business, or a combination thereof. The only way to achieve such an edge is to shed old habits and embrace new technologies that help you operate more effectively.

In this webinar, Steven Burns, FAIA, Chief Creative Advisor of BQE Software, will reveal the technologies that have the biggest impact and highest potential for accounting firms. Plus, see a demonstration of how a cloud-native, fully integrated software solution can help manage all aspects of an accounting practice.

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Nov 13: Mastering Core: Most Common Invoicing Mistakes to Avoid

When: Wednesday, Nov 13, 2019, 10:00 to 11:00 AM Pacific

Generally speaking, no one’s thrilled to receive a bill, your clients included. But invoicing is absolutely crucial for any business to maintain positive cash flow. That said, there are techniques you can use with your invoices that both make the process more convenient for clients and highlight your firm’s value.

Join us in this exciting webinar presented by Irfan Qazi, FAIA, V.P. of Customer Services and Support at BQE Software, as he shares with you the most common invoicing mistakes businesses make, and how Core's robust invoicing features will help you avoid them.

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Nov 20: Mastering BillQuick: Key Reports in BillQuick

When: Wednesday, Nov 20, 2019, 10:00 to 11:00 AM Pacific

Reports are vital when it comes to maintaining your firm’s health. After all, they give you a picture of what you’ve accomplished, where you are, and what’s to come. But reports don’t do much good if you don’t know how to run them or what they mean.

Join us in this exciting webinar presented by Scott McKissock, Training and Consulting Manager at BQE Software, as he shares with you the key reports in BillQuick, what they mean and how to leverage them at your firm for success.

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