Did you know that Sage Estimating V.20 now has a built in feature to backup and restore your data? That’s really handy when you need to migrate your SQL data from one to another SQL server (or instance).
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Sage Estimating has been repackaged, including new functionality and modernized deployment—evolving and innovating to meet the demands of customers and the market.
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Sage Standard versus Extended Estimating Wondering if it’s time to upgrade your Sage Estimating software and not sure what the key differences are? While Sage’s Standard and Extended versions share […]
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Wondering if it’s time to upgrade your Sage Estimating software and not sure what the key differences are? While Sage’s Standard and Extended versions share more similarities than not, there […]