Sage 100 Contractor
Sage 100 Contractor
We input our payroll to bridge over to ADP for processing. We keep track of project costs, employees' project assignments, invoice, …
Sage 100 Contractor is currently being used by the admin and management of the organization. The field employees do not have access to the …
We use Sage to do our bookkeeping, taxes and payroll. We integrate it with Sage Timesheets so we have smooth processing of our payroll. It …
Sage 100 is currently being used by our human resources and accounting departments for payroll, invoicing, job cost reporting. The …
Sage 100 is used as our accounting management software at my company. It is used company wide in all departments and divisions. We manage …
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Sage 100 Contractor is a construction accounting and project management software. It is intended to provide management capabilities across a construction project lifecycle. These services include estimating, accounting, project management, and service management. Sage 100 also provides industry-specific reporting for business and project visibility.
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Sage 100 Contractor is a construction accounting and project management software. It is intended to provide primary accounting and other management capabilities across a construction project lifecycle, including estimating, service management, and reporting.
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The most common users of Sage 100 Contractor are from Mid-size Companies and the Construction industry.
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The cost of Sage 100 Contractor software is relatively inexpensive compared to some higher-priced options like Foundation and Microsoft Dynamics GP. But more importantly, the cost of implementing new software is costly. Implementation costs include testing and training. There are also risks involved with switching software such as missing data after conversion. Plus, there are always some unknown downsides to switching that are not apparent until the switch is made such as perceived capabilities that really don't exist. For these reasons, we will likely stay with Sage 100 Contractor for a long time. If we grow (say double) in size, we would consider other options.