What will the fall release of Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate bring?

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After attending a recent Sage futures webcast on the fall release of Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate (formerly Sage Timberline Office), it’s apparent that Sage is fully committed to making a big splash with this next release. Some of the enhancements currently underway include the ability to pay vendors electronically, a robust subcontractor compliance workflow, and a significant user interface (UI) uplift.  Other changes that have a “reasonable chance” of making it into the software include the ability to mark records inactive – like a vendor  or GL account, better integration between inquiries and Excel, and even Google map integration.  While priorities could shift between now and the fall, the next release of Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate is sure to be one of the most significant update in years.

About Rebecca A. Ballard

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As a Business Development Associate, Rebecca Ballard is responsible for cultivating and maintaining a strong referral network and opportunity pipeline. Leveraging her deep expertise in sales and marketing, she works to build a bridge that links potential Aronson Systems clients with the appropriate technology solutions through social media, blogging, trade journals, events and more. Rebecca graduated from Villanova University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Communications. She is an active participant in industry organizations that include ABC of Metro Washington, and she serves on the Hammerheads and Membership Committees of the Washington Building Congress.

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