Sage recently announced the launch of a new field operations mobile app that connects contractors in the field with the data they need from Sage 100 Contractor or Sage 300 Construction in the back office. Here’s a look at what the new Sage Field Operations app can do.
What's the Difference Between the Two Options?
With all the talk and communication about Sage 100cloud, some customers might be wondering how it’s different than the Sage 100 Classic (on-premises) product they’ve been using all along. This article explores that topic.
The Popular Directory of Sage Partners and Developers Announces Addition of Field Integrated Time (FIT) System for Sage 100 Contractor, Developed by Syscon, Inc., to Their 3rd Party Add-ons.
Sage 100 Contractor 2018 (aka Version 21) is now available. In this article, we'll review some of the best new features including:
Here's a look at what's new in Sage 100 Contractor.
The 2017 release of Sage 100 Contractor (aka Version 20.5) is now available. In addition to a number of minor issues and bug fixes addressed in this release, it also incorporates a number of functional enhancements that were specifically requested by existing customers.
So here’s a look at the new and improved Sage 100 Contractor Version 2017.
With the release of Sage 100 Contractor 2016, Sage announced that this powerful software for the construction industry now runs on the industry-leading Microsoft SQL Server database. In this article, we’ll explain why this is probably one of the most important updates to Sage 100 Contractor in many years.
Accounting and job costing are the backbone of any construction business. But many small contractors don’t have the right tools and technology to figure out when a job goes off track and unexpected costs pile up until after a project is complete – and by then, it’s too late.
In this article, we’ll explore how construction software like Sage 100 Contractor or Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (CRE) can boost your bottom line by tracking project costs in real-time.
Sage 100 Contractor Version 2014 (formerly “Sage Master Builder”) continues to revolutionize the construction industry with new and improved features and functionality. This latest version was designed to make your life much easier with a simplified year end process, access to online help, and much more.
Here are 4 compelling reasons to upgrade to Sage 100 Contractor Version 2014 ...
In a highly competitive and challenging environment like the construction industry, a reliable cost estimate is critical in successfully bidding on and winning new projects. Having access to a cost estimating tool that’s quick, accurate and easy to use allows you present multiple options, track and adjust for variances, and finish projects with a healthy profit and satisfied customer. Let’s take a look at how Sage Estimating – an option for Sage 100 Contractor and Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate software - can help you track costs, eliminate the guesswork, and win more business.
Sage 100 Contractor Vs QuickBooks
Even though your Quickbooks accounting system served your construction business well in the beginning, it may be time to consider an upgrade to Sage 100 Contractor. If your business has grown in the past few years, your combination of Quickbooks, spreadsheets, and hand-written notes may no longer be adequately supporting your construction business.
Because Sage 100 Contractor was developed around the construction industry, it contains features specifically designed to support the unique business needs of construction companies. Here are the top 5 benefits of making the switch from Quickbooks to Sage 100 Contractor.