The top level issues they break into are interesting and informative themselves. For instance, two years ago, who would have put Patient Portal capabilities near the top of the list of general capabilities for EHR vendors? But that does tell you something. In any case, here are their top level issues:
CTS Construction Blog
Choosing mid-market job accounting and project management software for contractors is a challenge due to the number of vendors out there and the appearance that all vendors can do just about anything you need them to do. A key way to make distinctions in your software choices is to look at the history of the vendors themselves. This can involve such issues as vendor ownership, technology and the vendors’ philosophy in delivering training and the quality of its implementation and project management staff.
Since there is so much being published nowadays comparing cloud vs. on-premise for contractor software, I thought I would revisit some of the topics for clarification purposes. Here are some significant comparison points that many people miss due to misinformation by some vendors.
The customer may say a few mildly negative things such as they don’t like the purchase order or the way some job cost accounting reports are formatted. But they are not going to slam the product. The reasons are simple. Customers have already agreed to be a reference and they don’t want to get in trouble with the vendor. Aside from this there are many reasons why customer testimonials maybe worthless or even misleading.
Sage 100 Contractor, formerly called Master Builder, has been busy upgrading its product. At one time it was only recommendable for custom home builders but it has gone way past that now as a solid contractor solution for specialty contractors and GCs.