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Process and Procedure in a Box by keeping a tight schedule more money will end up on the bottom line. It also attempts to plug the holes in a builder’s cash flow by requiring that all job-related purchases be budgeted in the project and supported by a fixed-price purchase order. Of course, there is no way to eliminate ad hoc purchases, but the more faithfully the user inputs them, the more accurate future projects will be. “BuildSoft forced me to do those things that builders hear about at seminars and conventions but never get around to,” says Edwards. “Of course you’ve got to recognize the need for these things in