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Our company is currently reviewing both Intuit Master Builder and Timberline Software. We are currently using Peachtree for accounting and that program is in the process of being phased out. We plan on integrating accounting, project management, purchasing, estimating, together. Our goal is to put everyone on the same page and to limit data entry while allowing data to be shared throughout the company. We have 5 people operating in the office and 15 - 20 people operating in the field - Anyone has any experience with either programs or other programs?
 

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Brent: I can help you with Intuit Master Builder if you are interested. I can do remote training or come on site.

Sarah

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Our company is currently reviewing both Intuit Master Builder and Timberline Software. We are currently using Peachtree for accounting and that program is in the process of being phased out. We plan on integrating accounting, project management, purchasing, estimating, together. Our goal is to put everyone on the same page and to limit data entry while allowing data to be shared throughout the company. We have 5 people operating in the office and 15 - 20 people operating in the field - Anyone has any experience with either programs or other programs?
 

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What was your decision?

brent72 said:
Our company is currently reviewing both Intuit Master Builder and Timberline Software. We are currently using Peachtree for accounting and that program is in the process of being phased out. We plan on integrating accounting, project management, purchasing, estimating, together. Our goal is to put everyone on the same page and to limit data entry while allowing data to be shared throughout the company. We have 5 people operating in the office and 15 - 20 people operating in the field - Anyone has any experience with either programs or other programs?
Brent,

We are currently evaluating accounting/estimating software and are having similar difficulties deciding which one to go with. I’m curious which software you choose and why? What was the learning curve like? What problems have you encountered since implementation?

It sounds like your company is roughly the same size as ours. We are outgrowing QuickBooks Premier Contractor and are looking into MasterBuilder, Timberline and now American Contractor (thanks to Sarah).
 
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