Procore Release Updates to Sage Integrations

Procore Release Updates to Sage Integrations

Create a seamless connection from the field to financials with these Sage and Procore integrations

 NOVEMBER 14, 2018
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In July, Procore announced its partnership with Sage. Today, the company released exciting updates to the Sage and Procore Integrations, now better equipped to serve users across the construction industry. With enhancements to the Sage 300 CRE integration and launch of the Sage 100 integrations, Procore is able to offer something to every construction professional, regardless of size or trade. Improving upon these two Sage integrations has been another step toward providing tools that work for professionals throughout the industry, streamlining their jobs and simplifying the workflow.

“Now everybody is on the same page. We’re excited that the two platforms can talk to each other. As a result, we have that real time, valuable information to share with whoever asks, whether it be a bank, a bonding company or the client,” says integration user, Heather Merz, CPA, CFO of The Burt Group.

Procore and Sage 100  

  • The Sage 100 Contractor connector is a new integration that will allow users to sync cost data between Procore and Sage 100 platforms
  • This integration will ultimately provide one source of truth and reduce manual entry into multiple systems

Procore and Sage 300 CRE

  • The Sage 300 CRE connector is offering major enhancements to its current functionality, and now allows users to sync Prime Contracts and Prime Contract Change Orders between Procore and Sage 300 CRE
  • The result is a fully integrated solution with Procore Field Financials

Through these integrations users are able to align project management and accounting by synchronizing data for all projects in one location, reduce double entry and monitor the financial health of projects in real time. Secondarily, users are able to have greater foresight and tracking of total project cost. Visibility is increased, which in turn reduces uncategorized revenue loss. How do the integrations allow for this? There are three benefits of the integrations that lead to these results. 

  • Access to a Single Source of Truth — Users can seamlessly automate the process of exchanging information between Procore and Sage, resulting in one source of truth between field and office teams.
  • Mitigate Risk — Users can mitigate the risk of human error that is caused by manually entering data into multiple systems.
  • Stay Informed with More Accurate Data — With real-time data synced between Procore and Sage, users have access to the most up to date information in making their decisions.

The Sage 100 and 300 integrations provide a competitive advantage with the ability to give users the best of both worlds. Project teams can use a construction management solution they love and office teams can use an accounting system they trust.

Boutique at The Refuge Ranch built exclusively for child sex-trafficking victims


A special boutique designed for a very special group of women.

“The girls will get to go in there and pick out everything they need. Some things to make them feel special,” says Steven Phenix. He’s the communications director for The Refuge Ranch, which sits on 50 acres in Bastrop County. The Refuge Ranch is a therapeutic community for 48 girls, minors through age 19, who have been rescued out of sex trafficking.

For months The Refuge Ranch, architect and interior design company Sixthriver, and The Burt Group have been working together to build what they’re calling “The Boutique”. Transforming a double-wide construction trailer, to this sleek boutique at the refuge ranch, exclusively available to the 48 girls and women on-site.

Something Brooke Boggs Wood, Marketing Director of The Burt Group says will be an amazing addition to help with their road to recovery. “The biggest difficulty is seeing the harsh reality of child sex trafficking right here in our community,” she says.

Latana McGraw, interior designer for Sixthriver says, “The way The Refuge works they get a lot of donations clothing and items like that for girls but in giving it to them they want to not just say hey this was given but they want this to be more of an experience to the girls and pick it out. A going to the store experience.”

What makes The Boutique stand out is they’re only accepting brand-new items.

McGraw says, “the reason it’s so important these things are new and it’s not a hand-me-down is because it’s supposed to be something where the girls feel they really matter. Giving them back the identity that they felt was taken from them. I think it’s a psychological thing like I’m worth more than something that was used but I’m worth something new and someone thinking that for me.”

And some local big name brands have already donated.

Phenix adds, “Designers like Kendra Scott, Hey Girl, Kelly Wynne handbags.”

But in order to get the ball fully rolling, this non-profit needs about $20,000 more dollars in donations to see their vision come alive. From there, The Boutique is expected to open by April.

McGraw says, “Once we have full funding we can go and then from there it will take 3 months or so.”

The Boutique will also serve as a location for vocational training for these women. Beautifully laid out in a sleek style that’s fashionable but still meant to empower young survivors while they’re restoring their sense of self.

If you’d like to donate: give hereand type in “The Boutique” for “Send Acknowledgment To”.

List of Contributors:

ALISON & CO – decorative lighting ASTEK -custom wallcovering B SQUARED ELECTRIC – electrical BENJAMIN MOORE – paint BUILDING IMAGE GROUP – exterior signage CFS – flooring & tile install CROSSVILLE TILE – tile at restrooms DUNAWAY ASSOCIATES – structural  DELTA MILLWORKS – exterior wood cladding F&V DRYWALL – framing & drywall, demo, etc.  KNOLL – drapery & window treatments  LEGACY LIGHTING – lighting NEIHI GLASS – storefront glazing & install SHAW – vinyl plank flooring t/o & area rug SCHLUTER – trim  SKG – furniture  STUDIO DZO – custom decals & signage, display  SIXTHRIVER – design  THE BURT GROUP- contractor TIMBERTOWN- wood for deck TRAVIS MILLWORKS – millwork

The Burt Group is a leading Austin-based commercial general contracting firm.