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Old 12-01-2016, 09:30 PM   #1
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Sage 100 Contractor??


Posted this in the business section, probably should have been here.

Since my last post, I have been taking a hard look at Sage 100 Contractor accounting software. Does anyone have any experience, good or bad, with it? As I said previously, I have out grown QuickBooks.
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I would like to know if anyone on here is using it as well? I have been looking at it pretty hard to, and I already own a copy of Plan Swift, so I think it would incorporate right in. The one thing I hate is they don't list a price online, and I heard that the base starting price is around $6k?

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I would like to know if anyone on here is using it as well? I have been looking at it pretty hard to, and I already own a copy of Plan Swift, so I think it would incorporate right in. The one thing I hate is they don't list a price online, and I heard that the base starting price is around $6k?
You are correct. I was quoted $6,500.00 as a base price. However, the training required will run you an additional $10,000.00, depending on which vendor you go through. I have a friend who has Sage and he said it great software but be prepared to hire a consultant to work with you even after training as their support is terrible.

If you haven't looked at it, I would suggest you take a look at Foundation Software. It is about $6,500.00-$8,000.00, depending on the modules you need. Foundation also helps you set it up and provides up to 40 hours of training, which is included in the price.

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We are also looking at options after Quickbooks Enterprise. Considering Jonas, Sage 100, Foundation, ComputerEase, and Spectrum. Would love to hear any thoughts about how others made their decision, and what they might recommend for contractors going down the path...... Thanks!
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