Sage 100 Contractor: 5 Reasons to Upgrade from QuickBooks

April 8 2015

So, you’ve been using the QuickBooks accounting system in your construction business for as long as you can remember. It’s worked pretty well for a number of years, but your business is growing, and your use of QuickBooks along with spreadsheets and handwritten notes just isn’t cutting it any longer.

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About Linda Rosencrance

Linda Rosencrance is a freelance writer/editor in Massachusetts. She has written about information technology for 10 years. She has been a journalist since the late 1980s. She wrote for numerous community newspapers in the Boston area, where she covered politics and was a high-profile investigative reporter. She has freelanced for the Boston Globe and the Boston Herald. She is the published author of four true crime books "Murder at Morses Pond," "An Act of Murder," "Ripper", and "Bone Crusher" for Kensington Publishing Corp. (Pinnacle imprint). She has just started her fifth true crime book for Kensington.

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af188667's picture


It is all well and good to sprook the benifits of the program. Fact is I get aprehensive when I cannot find the cost of the tool I am looking to buy and there is no link to find it. Why? because I get the distinct feeling that I am wasting my time as the product is overprice to what it should be.

If you walk into a hardware store to buy a tool you expect to see a price for the tool.