Sage 300 Construction

Gestión de la construcción

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Información general sobre Sage 300 Construction

¿Qué es Sage 300 Construction?

Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate ayuda a definir el proceso de gestión de riesgos para todos los proveedores y subcontratistas, obtener información oportuna para una mejor toma de decisiones, controlar mejor todos los documentos y mejorar la comunicación con clientes y proveedores.

Información general sobre Sage 300 Construction

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Tamaño de la empresa
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Disponible en los países siguientes
Estados Unidos, Canadá, Reino Unido, Australia
Idiomas admitidos
Francés, Inglés

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Sage 300 Construction desktop
Sage 300 Construction project preview
Sage 300 Construction Real Estate controller
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Opiniones de Sage 300 Construction

Opiniones de Sage 300 Construction

Calificación general
4.1
/
5
Excelente
179

Muy bien
129

Normal
57

Pobre
24

Malo
5

Relación calidad-precio
3.8
Funciones
4
Facilidad de uso
3.6
Asistencia al cliente
4.1
78% Un ha recomendado esta aplicación
Victor A.

Sage 300 Construction for Real State and much more!


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Mark S.

Bang up Piece of Software

I highly recommend this for anyone who wants to take their accounting system to the next level


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Nathan M.

I have used Sage 300 since 2010 and have found it the most troubling accounting software I have encountered. It has the capability to do a lot, but the product is so difficult to use that it makes doing a lot impractical, at least for a smaller company.

Sage acquired Master Builder in around 2008 and has yet to implement many of the "smart" features I had expected after they bought it from Intuit in that acquisition. In Master Builder/Sage 100, you can drill down on just about any field or report for more data. This drill down does not exist in Sage 300. The built-in calculator in Sage 100 is so handy; it does not exist in 300. The feature to advance the date using the + and - keys in 100 does not exist in 300. The feature to verify successful check runs through a certain check number does not exist in 300.

The use of non-accounting terms intermixed with accounting terms is frustrating to me. When looking at the Cash Management Module, it refers to Debits and Credits as Additions and Subtractions. It posts certain entries as a Negative Debit instead of a Credit or vice-verse. GL is driven by the modules and never the opposite. In 100, you can enter accounting entries and have the job costs updated, but not in 300. If you have to enter a GL transaction that will affect job costs, you have to then go into the job cost module and enter a direct job cost and debit and credit the same account for a net zero GL affect.

It can only print one thing at a time. Let me clarify; you open one report, an AP aging. You realize you paid a vendor more than you thought. You then run an open invoice list for that vendor. You realize they haven't been paid on a draw that they should have. You then decide to print the Open Invoice list to give to the PM, Controller, etc., but you can't. The first report that is open gets the print priority. Then if you try to close your AP aging to print your Invoice list, you can't. When you opened the second report, apparently the first report tells the second that it is not allowed to print. You then have to close the second report and re-run it.

My biggest issue with 300 is that it is extremely prone to being out of balance with itself. That phrase may not make sense to most accounting users. I am referring to the concept of the GL not matching the AP, AR, Cash, etc modules. I have had so many instances of something being off; most recently, certain sales accounts were showing a previous balance after closing the fiscal year. This required manually changing the previous year account balance on the sales account and changing the retained earnings by the same amount. These sort of internal errors are very scary to me because Sage doesn't know why they happen, and if it can happen in one place, it can happen just about anywhere, I would think.

Sage support is decent; they are all pretty used to the odd quirks and defects of the program, so they seem to be able to get these problems solved.

If you are a daily user of the software, I would recommend not getting Sage 300.


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Deanne B.

Sage Recommendation


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Matt A.

Great for Accounting and Job Cost Function; Not so much for Project Management


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Victor A.
Sector: Construcción
Tamaño de la empresa: 51-200 empleados
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Sage 300 Construction for Real State and much more!

Software usado A diario durante Más de un año
Revisado el 7/5/2018
Fuente de la reseña: GetApp

Puntos a favor

Reliable software with an outstanding and solid support team. Sage is one of the top industry leader for the construction software field, intermediate complexity level to integrate with third party apps makes this software an a remarkable solution for those companies that already have their Master set well defined within construction standards,

Puntos en contra

Total cost of ownership can be overwhelming without the proper capacity assessment. Sage University to train your Admins and staff can raise up the bar of the investment. Custom features requires special attention from specialized consultants.

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Probabilidad de recomendación: 10.0/10

Mark S.
Sector: Contabilidad
Tamaño de la empresa: 201-500 empleados
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Bang up Piece of Software

Software usado Otro durante Más de un año
Revisado el 9/1/2020
Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

I highly recommend this for anyone who wants to take their accounting system to the next level

Puntos a favor

I would highly recommend this software for any large sized (5 million and above) construction business. It tracks your fixed assets, as well has a variety of other strong accounting functions.

Puntos en contra

This isn't exactly the most user friendly software, and alot of the times it will be people switching from Quickbooks to this software. It may have a steep learning curve.

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Probabilidad de recomendación: 10.0/10

Nathan M.
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Revisado el 6/11/2013
Fuente de la reseña: SoftwareAdvice

I have used Sage 300 since 2010 and have found it the most troubling accounting software I have encountered. It has the capability to do a lot, but the product is so difficult to use that it makes doing a lot impractical, at least for a smaller company.

Sage acquired Master Builder in around 2008 and has yet to implement many of the "smart" features I had expected after they bought it from Intuit in that acquisition. In Master Builder/Sage 100, you can drill down on just about any field or report for more data. This drill down does not exist in Sage 300. The built-in calculator in Sage 100 is so handy; it does not exist in 300. The feature to advance the date using the + and - keys in 100 does not exist in 300. The feature to verify successful check runs through a certain check number does not exist in 300.

The use of non-accounting terms intermixed with accounting terms is frustrating to me. When looking at the Cash Management Module, it refers to Debits and Credits as Additions and Subtractions. It posts certain entries as a Negative Debit instead of a Credit or vice-verse. GL is driven by the modules and never the opposite. In 100, you can enter accounting entries and have the job costs updated, but not in 300. If you have to enter a GL transaction that will affect job costs, you have to then go into the job cost module and enter a direct job cost and debit and credit the same account for a net zero GL affect.

It can only print one thing at a time. Let me clarify; you open one report, an AP aging. You realize you paid a vendor more than you thought. You then run an open invoice list for that vendor. You realize they haven't been paid on a draw that they should have. You then decide to print the Open Invoice list to give to the PM, Controller, etc., but you can't. The first report that is open gets the print priority. Then if you try to close your AP aging to print your Invoice list, you can't. When you opened the second report, apparently the first report tells the second that it is not allowed to print. You then have to close the second report and re-run it.

My biggest issue with 300 is that it is extremely prone to being out of balance with itself. That phrase may not make sense to most accounting users. I am referring to the concept of the GL not matching the AP, AR, Cash, etc modules. I have had so many instances of something being off; most recently, certain sales accounts were showing a previous balance after closing the fiscal year. This required manually changing the previous year account balance on the sales account and changing the retained earnings by the same amount. These sort of internal errors are very scary to me because Sage doesn't know why they happen, and if it can happen in one place, it can happen just about anywhere, I would think.

Sage support is decent; they are all pretty used to the odd quirks and defects of the program, so they seem to be able to get these problems solved.

If you are a daily user of the software, I would recommend not getting Sage 300.

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Deanne B.
Sector: Fabricación de productos eléctricos/electrónicos
Tamaño de la empresa: 51-200 empleados
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Sage Recommendation

Software usado A diario durante Más de dos años
Revisado el 27/10/2020
Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

Puntos a favor

I started to use Sage 300 back when it was called Timberline. I implemented it at the Drywall company I was working at. The software is very user friendly and is very easy for anyone to use. I perfected the software use when I went to a General Contractor that was already using the software. When I first interviewed for my current position, in my interview I couldn't stop talking about Sage. That was the reason I was hired. I have once again implemented Sage from a manual system.

Puntos en contra

I don't like the was the Job Cost module changed and would love it to go back to the old set-up screen. I used to use the condition button for looking for set up mistakes and not I literally need to go thru each job looking at the set-up.

Also in the Payroll module I wish the reports and generating accruals would be able to use the daily entry grid instead of have to enter the date for each entry. I went for one entry per employee week to forty. That's not cost effective to get the work done.

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Respuesta de Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

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Probabilidad de recomendación: 10.0/10

Matt A.
Sector: Construcción
Tamaño de la empresa: 51-200 empleados
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Great for Accounting and Job Cost Function; Not so much for Project Management

Software usado A diario durante Más de dos años
Revisado el 18/10/2019
Fuente de la reseña: Capterra

Puntos a favor

You're able to have custom reports associated with cost reporting for projects.

Puntos en contra

The Project Management software needs some work to be integrated and functional. The user interface is basic and could be updated to be more user friendly.

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Probabilidad de recomendación: 8.0/10

Recomendación de usuario
7.8/10
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Precios de Sage 300 Construction

Precios de Sage 300 Construction

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3.8/5
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Funciones de Sage 300 Construction

Funciones de Sage 300 Construction

API
Almacenamiento de documentos
Costes de trabajo
Creación de informes y estadísticas
Estimaciones
Estimación de proyectos
Gestión de documentos
Gestión de ofertas
Gestión de proyectos
Gestión de subcontratistas
Gestión de órdenes de cambio
Herramientas de colaboración
Importación y exportación de datos
Integración de terceros
Modelos personalizables
Notificaciones automáticas
Panel de actividades
Proyecciones
Seguimiento de actividades
Seguimiento del proyecto
Funciones
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Preguntas frecuentes sobre Sage 300 Construction

Preguntas frecuentes sobre Sage 300 Construction

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P. ¿Qué tipo de planes de precios ofrece Sage 300 Construction?

Sage 300 Construction ofrece los siguientes planes de precios:

Prueba gratis: No disponible

P. ¿Cuáles son las características principales de Sage 300 Construction?

No tenemos información sobre las características de Sage 300 Construction

P. ¿Quiénes son los usuarios habituales de Sage 300 Construction?

Los clientes habituales de Sage 300 Construction son:

Empresas pequeñas, Empresas Grandes, Administraciones públicas, Trabajadores autónomos, Empresas medianas

P. ¿Qué idiomas admite Sage 300 Construction?

Sage 300 Construction admite los siguientes idiomas:

Francés, Inglés

P. ¿Qué tipo de planes de precios ofrece Sage 300 Construction?

No tenemos información sobre los planes de precios de Sage 300 Construction

P. ¿Sage 300 Construction es compatible con dispositivos móviles?

No tenemos información sobre los dispositivos compatibles con Sage 300 Construction

P. ¿Con qué otras aplicaciones se integra Sage 300 Construction?

Sage 300 Construction se integra con las siguientes aplicaciones:

Archdesk, AvidXchange, BuilderMT WMS, CIS Configurator, Nexus, Pepperi, Procore, Project-SalesAchiever, ServiceTrade Commercial, SpendMap

P. ¿Qué tipo de asistencia ofrece Sage 300 Construction?

Sage 300 Construction ofrece las siguientes opciones de asistencia:

Base de conocimientos, Asistencia en línea, Asistencia telefónica