Sage Estimating SQL Version 19.11 will be available on Thursday, August 1, 2019. In this article we’ll walk you through what’s changed and more.
If you’re running on servers, migrations can be the bane of your existence. Here are some quick tips to help mitigate your migration woes.
What at first seems like a much more complex and time-consuming process, the use of BIM models in the construction industry actually saves time, and ultimately reduces cost to complete construction.
From BIM to foundations to jobsite monitoring, drones are being used for more and more jobsite tasks. In this article, you’ll discover unique ways drones can be used in construction.
Jordison Construction skipped Excel and went straight to Sage Estimating (Timberline Estimating) from using manual methods. We talked with Jordison’s Estimator, Jerry Savage, about why they implemented Sage Estimating and how they produce accurate estimates in less time – ultimately increasing their bid-to-win ratio.
For a general contractor, the most essential and valuable role is the cost estimator and having a good cost estimator. Good – meaning accurate – estimation methods is where company profitability begins. Without an accurate estimate that fits in a project budget, a firm cannot do business.
Closing out your year with Sage 100 Contractor and Sage 300 CRE doesn’t have to keep you from the office holiday party. Follow a few rules in order to make a plan and you’ll be on your way to success – and eggnog – in no time.
You might think your Excel template is saving you time, but there are true cost disadvantages and major risk in sticking with Excel. Is it time to think about moving to Sage Estimating?