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Procore and Sage integration is even better than we expected…

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Procore and Sage integration is even better than we expected…

The out of the box integration between Procore and Sage 300 is giving construction project managers and accounts departments something to get excited about.

Let’s talk about goals. Do you want to?

  • Save time and labour by streamlining the approval process?
  • Get quick decisions on time-sensitive tasks like change orders and commitments?
  • Eliminate error when transferring data from Procore to Sage?
  • Completely revolutionise the communication between project management teams and accounts.

Well if you’re like us, you’re pretty happy to hear about this integration.

We believe that integrations like this will help businesses stop the fragmentation of data and communication between the two departments. With large projects, we know that collaboration and clean and ready access to TRUE data is crucial to complete a project on time and on budget.

Thrive regularly work with construction companies that are finding errors in their data set that is causing a knock-on effect, meaning those down the chain are making decisions based on bad data. Integrations like this mean that there is a solution to one major step that traditionally causes a lot of human error.

So what will it do?

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The data exchange that this integration facilitates means that businesses can finally source instantaneous and accurate information. The data exchange means reporting between accounts and project managers will be seamless and therefore decision making easier.

Thrive have been working hard to learn every aspect of the integration between Procore and Sage 300 and know that a smooth implementation is key to setting your business up for success.

When using integrations such as this, you can have full confidence in the financial data set to be able to make accurate in-the-field decisions. This is how you use data to take control.

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