Sage Construction Software
Designed for the UK construction industry and used by over 1000 UK construction companies. Sage Construction costing software, builds on the expertise Sage has in providing accounting software and makes it specific to your industry. The integrated cost control module manages job costing, variations, CIS, retentions, valuations, applications and many other processes specific to the UK construction industry.
Sage Construct Advanced
For companies who require a fully integrated solution, Sage Construct Advanced, is built around a core job costing system, you can add multiple variations, track subcontractor insurances, generate purchase orders, delivery notes, plant hire PO's, create valuations based on your costing structure which convert to applications, then invoice and create numerous reports. Sage construction software fully integrates with both Sage 50 Accounts and Payroll, or Sage MMS / Sage 200.
In addition to the core construction software, there is an Estimating module which adds to the functionality in Construct Advanced. With the Estimating module, users create client quotes based on a schedule of rates, mark them up and when the job has been won, send all quantities, values and descriptions to the costing module, ready for the processing of documents.
The Sage construction software range includes:
No standard accounting package caters specifically to
the unique processes which exist in
the UK's construction industry, incorporating Sage
construction software can provide a fully integrated
approach. All job related transactions are entered
through the Construction interface so you can report on and
maintain job cost information, whilst the transactions post
through to your Sage accounting software. Double entry
is eliminated because the data flows from Sage Construct directly to
your Sage Accounts and Payroll software.
You can report on jobs at
any stage, showing actual costs, verses committed costs,
against your budgets, enabling you to identify any
potential overspends before they happen.