New Construction Business Managment Software From Sage

Words: Dan KamysNew Construction Business Managment Software From Sage

 

 

Sage North America, a provider of business management software and services, has launched the latest version of Sage Timberline Office. This release includes key enhancements to areas such as credit card management, making it easier to enter and reconcile credit card payments and statements; and workforce management, offering 70 customizable human resources forms to help manage hiring, discipline and evaluations.

The Fall 2011 version of Sage Timberline Office is designed to improve system performance, enabling customers to more quickly and easily access information and complete tasks. It also adds increased security to the installation process. The release is full of time- and money-saving features, including a server migration tool to help streamline hardware upgrades; an auto-file journal feature that shortens journal length and saves paper; and estimating line item attachments allowing users to attach files directly to database items. Increased speed, efficiency and productivity, plus access to a built-in live chat link for technical assistance combine to deliver an improved customer experience.

Sage’s construction and real estate products include Sage Timberline Office, Sage Timberline Enterprise, Sage Master Builder, and Sage Peachtree software that are industry-tailored to help companies optimize financial and operational performance.

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