Sage Construction Project Center is a web-based, mobile-friendly project management platform that helps project team members collaborate effectively. Owners, architects, engineers, subcontractors, and other team members can use Sage Construction Project Center to share and track both documents and files, photos, email communication and more. Because the system is web-based, it can be accessed from anywhere from a browser, including mobile devices. This also ensures all mission-critical information is consistently up-to-date.
Features within the software include document control, photo management, budgeting and cost control, and contract management. Users can share file types of all kinds - submittals, punch lists, RFIs, change requests, daily logs - in real-time, minimizing delays and any risk of litigation. Sage CPC is designed to be utilized through every phase of the project lifecycle.
Sage Construction Project Center is considered suitable for building owners, general contractors, real estate developers, and construction managers.
Tim from D&T Resource and Logistics Group
Specialty: Finishing contractor
Employees number: 51-200 employees
Ease of use nice features, This software had everything I was looking for with the exception of payroll by job.
Cost was higher than what i was looking for, i have 100+ field reps and to allow them access it would cost me.
Lynn from Meridian Construction & Development
Specialty: General contractor
Employees number: 2-10 employees
It's overly cumbersome to use, very counter intuitive. Everything that I have tried to use it for taking much longer than it should and requires way too many steps.
Requires you to pay up front for a year. After using it for a month I concluded that it cannot serve our needs. Requested a pro-rated refund from Sage. Too bad, we're stuck with it for a year. I was told there is naturally a learning curve with any new software. I've been using computers in business since the late 1970's so I'm pretty good at figuring out how to use new software. If it requires that much of a learning curve, you're best served to look elsewhere for something more user friendly.
Invitations to bid are system generated, cannot be changed. Vendors receive an invitation to bid from email, and unless they have been trained on the system would have no idea what to do with it. If they can figure it out, they're taken to the project center screen which requires them to dig several layers to find the plans, if they can even get that far, most will give up before that.
You can't use your own cost codes, must use the ones in the system, you can edit them one at a time if you have enough spare time to do that.