Data imports are used in a variety of ways to eliminate the need for time-consuming manual entry in Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate.
Need help migrating to V.20 / SQL for Sage 100 Contractor? Don’t even know which version you’re currently on? Here’s how to tell, and when to get it done by!
Sage is promising a “Summer to remember” for the Construction and Real Estate division. They will be showing off some of their hard work at #SageSummit, and we will get the scoop for you!
What we’re talking about in May: Sage promises a ‘Summer to remember’ – with new products, updates for ALL of CRE! | Help with Sage100 CON V20 & SQL | NOT business as usual – roadshow event | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Just in case you missed it in your inbox, #SageConstruct sent notification to customers last month, advising of price increases – starting MAY 1ST!
Two events in May provide you options to explore more about Sage construction and business software: the Annual TUG Conference and Sage Summit US. Which to attend? #LAI will share some insights.
What we’re talking about in April: Sage invests in mobility modernization; blesses RealPage cloud project management | NOT business as usual – roadshow event | Sage Summit versus TUG | Webinar: QB can’t but Sage 100 CON can! | Tips and Tricks for Sage 100, 300, Construction Accounting, and Estimating
Creating formulas in Sage 300 CRE can be daunting for even the most experienced user, and payroll formulas are often the most complex. LAI consultant, Kyle Z. shows you how!
You are probably already familiar with the “basic” Project management modules within Sage 100 Contractor (Budgets, Change Orders, Purchase Orders, Subcontracts and Job Reports), but you may not realize that you can accomplish even more with the Document Control module.
Inquiries are windows into your Sage 300 CRE data, and most have a variety of views that show you summarized totals as well as nuts-and-bolts details. They also export beautifully into Excel!