Sage - The most widely-used construction management software in the industry!
Sage 100 Contractor - The #1 Choice for Canadian Contractors
Formerly Sage Master Builder, Sage 100 Contractor construction accounting software provides small to mid-sized contractors with the easiest access to critical, end-to-end business and project information. Businesses will be able to make better decisions and manage operations more effectively than when using off-the-shelf accounting software like Sage 50 or Quickbooks.
New capabilities when moving from QuickBooks to Sage 100 Contractor - See Comparison
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Owners and Estimators at small- to mid-sized companies looking to upgrade from basic spreadsheets, yet need an easy-to-use solution, should choose Sage 100 Contractor. With Sage 100 Contractor, you can see job costs in real time, get paid faster, create comprehensive budgets, and manage payables to your advantage.
Manage committed costs, manage change orders, and easily develop templates for generating future bids. By identifying unexpected material costs, overtime hours, and other cost factors, you can make course corrections that maximize profit.
Sage Construction & Real Estate (CRE) - Integrated, Construction Software and Property Management Software
Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (CRE), formerly Sage Timberline Office, is the industry leader and gold standard of construction software and property management software. With more than 40 years of industry experience, Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate defines the integrated construction management solution, with features that include the following and more:
Construction Accounting | Construction Project Management | Cloud Services | Construction Estimating Payroll | Procurement | Document Control and Reporting.
With Sage 300 CRE you have visibility into your financial health, which allows you to control costs, improve cash flow, and know you current cash position at all times. You can look at the ‘big picture’ analytics, or drill down to the detail with project financial reports.