Featuring guest speakers, Judith Miller and Thea Dudley
Every year, more than 10% of America’s small builders and remodelers with payroll go out of business. Often, it’s not because they are bad at building, but rather are bad at running a business. Your ability to get paid hinges in part on how well your customers understand the importance of managing their money. Your passing along simple tips could do a world of good to them … and to your receivables.
Come to the next Epicor Presents podcast at 1 pm ET Tuesday, Jan. 26, and hear from industry experts how you can turn deadbeat customers into on-time angels.
- Judith Miller is a legend in the remodeling community for teaching the basics of bookkeeping—and in the process, how to organize the company so it pays its bills and turns a profit.
- Thea Dudley is LBM’s best-known credit and collections specialist. She has helped dealers and distributors nationwide learn how to teach and encourage contractors to change their ways.
Join webinar moderator Craig Webb, president of Webb Analytics, for Epicor's hour-long session on this little-used but valuable profit-building tactic.
Craig Webb formed Webb Analytics in September 2018 after spending a dozen years as editor-in-chief of ProSales, where he won numerous national writing and editing awards, visited dealers in 49 states, and won renown for his speeches to groups across the U.S. as well as Japan and Canada. Webb Analytics provides insights, data, and connections to help construction supply insiders and investors make better strategic and tactical decisions.
Judith Miller is the founder, J. Miller and Company which promotes the growth of professional construction companies through setting clear goals, developing strong internal systems and managing by the numbers. Visit remodelservices.com.
Thea Dudley has been a credit manager for more than 30 years. She previously served as the vice president of customer financial relations at SRS Distribution.