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By Procore Editorial staff
March 29, 2017
Wells Construction is a general contractor that has been in business for 26 years with a diverse variety of projects, mainly remodels and ground-up projects up to $5 million. Wells' project managers had to wait hours for accounting information in order to make decisions and keep projects moving at a successful pace. They needed an easy way to share accounting data with their project managers without the need to repeatedly contact accounting for information.
Now that the California-based firm uses Procore and its Sage 300 CRE Connector, their accounting department and project teams can integrate seamlessly with one another with accurate financial data in one single cohesive system. Decisions can be made faster and with more confidence, without having to contact accounting for financial information.
Using Procore with Sage 300 CRESylvia is excited by the amount of time the Sage 300 CRE Connector is saving the company. She says Sage has integrated really well. It's saving the company ample time and allows them to spend more of their effort on their projects and even additional work. That is another one of the company's goals—to increase sales by 25% this year. Bobby, Wells’ Associate Project Manager, estimates Procore's Sage 300 CRE Connector has saved 5% to 10% of his time, allowing him to reallocate his energy elsewhere.
"The biggest hurdle was the transition from the old accounting software to Sage 300 CRE," Bobby remarks. The actual connection between Procore and Sage has been pretty seamless and Procore has supported them every step of the way.
Sage 300 CRE Connector
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