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  • Sage Construction Project Center Overview

    Sage Construction Project Center (SCPC) is a feature-rich platform that provides the tools for you to collaborate between internal and external project stakeholders. You’ll see how you can share documents, collaborate on processes, streamline workflows, and work remotely using the mobile app. SCPC integration with Sage 100 Contractor & Sage 300 CRE allows you to manage project costs throughout all phases of construction ensuring successful and profitable projects. This [...]

    Project Management Documents & Processes

    Sage Construction Project Center (SCPC) helps project leaders keep everyone informed easily and effectively. By automating the process for accessing, sharing, and tracking information online throughout the project, your entire team becomes more organized, efficient, and well informed. This webinar recording will focus on the Project Management module that includes Transmittals, Expediting Logs, Punch Lists, Open Issues, Meeting Minutes, Submittals, RFI's, and Daily Logs. You will [...]

    Mobile Document Management & Project Bidding

    Sage Construction Project Center (SCPC) integrates with Sage 300 CRE and Sage 100 Contractor to provide a secure and central online collaboration hub where the building team can collect, share, distribute, track, and take action on all project-related information. In SCPC, Documents are categorized into bid packages, plan, specs, general & photos, closeout documents, and private files. This webinar recording will show you how to manage documents in SCPC on the web browser and [...]

    Connect The Field And Office with Procore + Sage 300 CRE

    Date: Thu, 23 Apr 2020Time: 9am PT/ 12pm ET Let us introduce you to Procore, a leader in construction management software, whose seamless integration with Sage 300 CRE effectively aligns project management and accounting. By synchronizing accounting data with Sage 300 CRE, the need to manually enter data into multiple systems is eliminated, giving teams the power to accurately forecast and monitor project health from the field. Procore Sales Engineer, Sarah Marks, will demonstrate[...]

    Connect The Field And Office with Procore + Sage 100 Contractor

    Date: Wed, 22 Apr 2020Time: 9am PT/ 12pm ET Let us introduce you to Procore, the only comprehensive cloud-based construction management platform with an out-of-the-box integration with Sage 100 Contractor. Procore Sales Engineer, Sarah Marks, will demonstrate how Procore can integrate to your Sage 100 Contractor solution for access to accurate project and cost data, all in one place. Agenda: Introduction to Procore High Level Product DemoSage + Procore Integration Open [...]

    Collaboration 101: Fixing the Field to Office Gap with Sage Construction and eSUB

    Date: Wed, 29 Apr 2020Time: 10am PT / 1pm ET In your construction company, many people across departments need to work together to ensure that projects run smoothly. But when even one department or one person has insufficient tools to do their job, the entire project can run aground and cost you money—and lots of it. How can you drive better collaboration to ensure everyone is more productive? How do you ensure the integrity of your data when working between different Accounting [...]

    Don’t just bridge the gap, CLOSE IT!!

    Designed by Freepik Are you managing construction technology or is it managing you? BY TROY GUEVARA Construction technology has seen substantial growth over the last 30 years. In my early years, it was common to have 1 phone on site (in the job trailer) and then the important people on site had pagers hooked to their belt. The means of communication were very limited and the gap between the office and the field was quite large. Information was usually exchanged via the person [...]

    How Construction Software Will Help to Combat Rising Construction Wages

    BY TROY GUEVARA Today’s construction labor shortage is tight, this is not “fake news”.  The demand for labor is allowing employees to look for better, higher paying positions, or just demand pay increases. As an industry, our goal should be to do whatever we can to keep these people in the construction industry. We are already seeing the demand for labor lead to wage increases. Currently, private sector wage growth is 2.9%. When compared to construction, we find that [...]