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Understanding the Sage-Corecon Acquisition

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Among global, multi-industry software companies, Sage has seemed increasingly committed to contractors and the property sector with construction enterprise resource planning (ERP) options like Sage Intacct Construction, Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate, and Sage 100 Contractor.

Sage has demonstrated that it has multiple ways to extend these and other offerings with products that may be white-labeled—as it does with products from companies like Operix or Penta. So its acquisition of Huntington Beach, Cal.-based Corecon Technologies is notable in part because Sage has other options if they want to add products to a line card.

Founded in 1999 in California, Corecon is multi-tenant software-as-a-service (SaaS) construction software for preconstruction and project management. Corecon’s customers primarily include general contractors, construction managers, subcontractors, and custom homebuilders.

“With construction businesses at different stages in their cloud adoption, it is important we provide technology that simplifies complex processes and helps them to work more efficiently and grow,” said Julie Adams, VP Product, Construction and Real Estate, Sage. “This acquisition closely aligns with our drive to bring the latest cloud technology to our increasing number of construction customers. By combining our trusted financial solutions with innovative cloud preconstruction and project management capabilities, we will deliver a system that can run every part of a construction business.”

“Sage shares many of the same values and ambition as Corecon which makes it the perfect fit for our colleagues, products, partners, and customers,” said Norman Wendl, CEO and Founder of Corecon. “We are excited about joining Sage on its journey to help deliver market-leading solutions to the construction industry. What’s more, the acquisition will allow our product suite to accelerate and reach new heights, benefiting our customers as well as their clients and business partners.”

Corecon’s preconstruction and project management solution remains technology agnostic and will integrate with third-party ERP and accounting systems, as well as The acquisition will provide customers with the power of choice – the flexibility to choose the right combination of Sage and partner solutions that best meet their needs.

Read the full interview with Julie Adams IRONPROS