At one time you may have been able to track your job costs using a spreadsheet. That was back when you weren’t juggling as many projects at one time. But now, business is booming. Suddenly you or your team has to break out costs for a heck of a lot more jobs, making it virtually impossible to keep up. Most of the time, you may not really know if you’ve made or lost money until after project closeout.
The plaster contractor
"Questioning a cost later, after the job is finished is too late. Management needs to know what is really going on-while it’s happening-in order to run a successful company. Our project managers and superintendents need access to costs and change order data quickly and in real time in order to run their projects effectively. With Sage 100 Contractor we can all access the data we need."
The construction & landscaping contractor
"[With Sage 100 Contractor] we can review similar projects and our profitability on those jobs, which helps us bid new projects more accurately. And we can copy the detail into a new proposal to save us preparation time."
The irrigation design and build contractor
"When I first started here, we didn’t have formal processes for tracking our projects . . . Now (with Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate) we can produce an accurate, up-to-date profit and loss statement for each job, at any time. Not only does that help us keep the current project on budget, it helps us bid future projects more accurately, and ultimately be a more profitable company."
- The plaster contractor
- The construction & landscaping contractor
- The irrigation design and build contractor