Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate
Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate
We have many small financial entities, and Sage/Timberline fills this need very well. The licensing is such that it makes it very …
Sage 300 CRE is our ERP application that we use for all Accounting and Project Management functions. It also has HR modules however we do …
Everyone uses [Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate] either for job cost, accounting or payroll[.]
Sage is used within our Property Management office for a large hospital. We typically use it for tenant billing/finance purposes and it …
Sage is being used for our Accounting needs and requirements. Sage is above all the best Accounting software I have come across. …
Sage 300 is used in our construction division. The software is used to collaborate project details with construction mangers, architects, …
We use Sage 300 in our finance departments. We do not use it on the project management side because our production teams are not as …
Sage 300 Construction is used in our real estate division of the company. It is used for AP, AR and GL functions.
Sage 300 is currently being utilized for accounting, billings, budgeting, payroll and meeting minutes.
We use Sage for our Project Management, Costing, and Finance (AP, AR, GL) modules. We recently moved away from using their payroll module.
We have three operators using it every day to prepare construction estimates. We put in material and labor take-offs as well as …
It is used across the entire organization between Heavy Job and Sage 300, it is implemented by the field, the cost department, and the …
We use Sage 300 as our ERP system. It is mainly used by the accounting department as a GL and reporting system. We have added Timberscan …
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In the case of Procore vs. Sage it's like apples and oranges. Procore is not an accounting software although they do offer some accounting tie-ins to Sage's data so it's possible for a company to use both but the cost of that is astronomical, Sage already having a larger yearly fee along with Procore's astronomical fees. In comparing I will concentrate on the Project Management side where I would give the big edge to Procore both for usability, interface and mobility however when you compare the price differences it becomes difficult to recommend Procore at all. Considering yearly costs for every $100 one has to pay for Sage they have to pay $500 for Procore so if your year Sage maintenance cost is $25,000 you will have to pay between $100 to $200K for Procore and that is only for the PM side of things. If one is cost-conscious then Sage is by far the better choice.
Our office has been using Sage for several years and it has really shaped the office to be a better Property Management team for our tenants to the users utilizing the software. As we've evolved, we've been able to contact and speak with customer service to manipulate our software to have the features we need.
Sage 300 does not really have competition. The quality and services packed into it are why Sage is such a well-known name. Although others do have benefits as well, the overall package Sage 300 has to offer from an AR and AP standpoint makes it the clear option.
Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate is much more robust with features and capabilities than BuilderTrend.
We have spent quite a bit of time in the last year evaluating a new system to see if this is the best fit for us. We currently use Procore for our project management tool and for our field crew to evaluate work on-site. However, Procore does not have a sufficient budgeting or financial tool, so it is not robust enough to use it solely. We supplement with Sage 300 for our overall company needs and ERP functionality.
We have been using Sage for over 5 years. Due to the cost of conversion, we have not recently gone out to the market for a review.
We currently have Sage in place which handles the majority of our business needs on the back end, but compared to some others that are on the market like Builder Trend, it does lack the client facing side of the house. To make it a better product, a client facing portal would be best so they can be up to date.
A few years ago we looked at Computerease. We were amazed at how great the reports looked and how flexible the software was. We felt like it would be much better and less expensive. We were just worried about all the time it would take to set up a new system. Timberline took so long that we didn't want to go through that again.
To be completely honest, I think Sage is worse than JD Edwards. The user interface is by far the worst I have seen in this industry. It's as if every other company lives in 2019 and Sage is living in 1998. The largest flaw I have seen in a program that debilitates the program is this user interface. So Sage, if you're reading this, please hire some consultants to fix this. It's unacceptable to have such a powerful tool hidden behind such an ugly and nonfunctional interface.
Both ERP systems are great for construction and real estate companies. They both have job costing modules that are essential for our business. We bought a company that has Sage 300 X3 however we decided to use Sage 300 ERP instead. I believe the X3 is a better system however the executives did not want to change the head office system.