Sage Estimating

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Automated enterprise estimation

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John
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  • Industry: Oil & Energy
  • Company size: 10,000+ Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Estimate Management

Reviewed on 2021-09-07

Overall Sage SQL Estimating is a very stable and robustly powerful estimating tool.

Pros

One of the best things about Sage SQL Estimating is the ability to breakdown an estimate into an unbelievable number of different ways allowing both company standard breakdowns and complex bid form breakdowns at the same time. This also allows standard estimate formatting across all different divisions of our company while working together to complete very large estimates.

Cons

The two most limiting drawbacks of this software is the inability to create a specification driven takeoff system. The second drawback is the ability to error check the takeoff against a specification to make sure the entry is conforming to the specification and/or is correctly entered. Some of this can be done through assemblies, but not all of this can be done and is why this is very limited for the use of Process Piping System.

Ray
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 201-500 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

My Timberline Accessment

Reviewed on 2021-03-18

It saves overall time in lieu of using an excel estimate.

Pros

I've used it in the past when it was simply Timberline (both DOS and Windows versions) with other companies. It is easy to use

Cons

Don't care much for the yearly cost as it seems excessive.

Would like to see in lieu of monthly free webinars that cater more for new or potential buyers, webinars for how to utilize the software to its maximum potential.

Response from Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

Susan
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  • Industry: Construction
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Estimating with Sage/Timberline

Reviewed on 2015-05-05

Pros

I know that the spreadsheet adds up correctly. This is key when it comes to bidding work. We have built our own databases, and use them quite a bit for concrete, masonry, and drywall.

Cons

Upgrades with pervasive can be cumbersome. It would be useful if the download was something that could be pushed down to users. Granted right now I am behind on my upgrades because our IT department does not like to deal with the upgrades.

Ivan
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 201-500 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 7.0 /10

End User

Reviewed on 2021-05-17

Estimating spreadsheet is flexible, easy, and visually understandable. WBS is the best tool to organize an estimate based on project specific design, owner's needs, and estimator's methods.

Pros

Take off items and assemblies
Detail Window
Totals Window
Easy to manipulate the estimate
WBS organization
Alternate option pricing

Cons

Subcontractor Grid is a mess
Job Cost interphase is a mess
Alternate calculation on Indirect costs need to be fixed

Alternatives Considered

PlanSwift

Reasons for Choosing Sage Estimating

Formula human errors Lack of structure

Switched From

Microsoft Excel

Reasons for Switching to Sage Estimating

Elimination of human errors on formulas Interphase with Job Cost CSI master database organization

Response from Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

Zane
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

The Truth behind estimating

Reviewed on 2021-08-13

Sage allows all the estimators in the department to work similarly without everyone needing to do them exactly the same. One estimator or company may want 1 line item for windows that includes labor material and equipment. Another might want a line item for furnish while and a separate for install.

Pros

This software is easy to use. Its also been around the longest so its easy to find other estimators with familiarity with the software. Its longevity in the market has created several other software integrations. The product is secure no worry about formulas not working when its sorted a different way.

Cons

The ability and flexibility of the software is so infinite you can spend hours creating templates and short cuts that aren't even needed or actually become to in depth.

Alternatives Considered

Microsoft Excel

Reasons for Switching to Sage Estimating

Security. Safety & Double checks. The data entered is secure. No worry about the entire estimate being corrupts because one person deleted a formula.
Will
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Essential Estimating Software

Reviewed on 2022-01-14

This program is a must have for any construction company. Sage estimating has standardized company estimating practices and estimate formats that has allowed us to more accurately track historical data. Sage estimating has also streamlined our estimating process and allowed us to get away from the human error factor when creating formulas in spreadsheets.

Pros

Sage Estimating is well worth the investment. Not only does it take the error potential out of spreadsheet mistakes, it also allows for a fully customizable database as well as the ability to create & tailor automatic formulas and assemblies to your particular company structure and process. The software is easily customizable in all assets (estimate format, database, sort level, CSI vs. Uniformat, WBS, formulas & assemblies). Another great feature is the ability to easily update production rates, labor rates & material prices in the database with the click of a button, so all team members always have the most current data. Sage offers great support for their products and has a comprehensive online forum for all things related to the program.

Cons

Although it is very intuitive and much more user friendly than previous versions, there is still a small amount of training required/highly recommended to smoothly & confidently navigate and operate the program.

Ashley
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Extremely Robust Estimating Software

Reviewed on 2022-04-07

You are unlikely to find a more robust estimating software. The integration with Sage 300 CRE is very strong and allows you to import your original estimate into Job Cost and any changes into Project Management, which saves you from large amounts of duplicate entry and the potential errors that come with it. The functionality for creating granular or broad markups can't be matched. It is unfortunate that it is an on-premise software that requires a VPN and Remote Desktop to access it from outside the office unless you are going to pay another party to host it in the cloud. They really need to look at modernizing to a cloud environment.

Pros

One of the best features that I use in my role is the integration with Sage 300 CRE. We can export an estimate directly to Job Cost in Sage. You can also import an estimate directly into a change request in Sage Project Management. There are many ways to set and calculate add-ons, which doesn't seem to be the case with other software. You can have multiple tabs to see different views of the estimate and highlight different information. You can customize both the on screen views and the printouts for your needs.

Cons

It isn't cloud based, so you either have to have it hosted in the cloud or you have to VPN in and use Remote Desktop if you want to access it outside the office. For a construction software, where many people are located on jobsites, that isn't ideal.

Tom
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 1+ year
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  • Likelihood to recommend 7.0 /10

SAGE ESTIMATING IS EXCELLENT BUT eDIMENSION IS WAY LESS EFFICIENT THAN "STACK" (Other 2D...

Reviewed on 2021-08-13

Sage Estimating is great, eDimension (2d Estimating) is a dog to use compared to Stack (competitor)

Pros

Sage Estimating's Smart Assemblies; with a few keystrokes you can have a spreadsheet of takeoffs.

Cons

ETAKEOFF AND ETAKEOFF BRIDGE, there's way too much overhead if you want the quantities to transfer
to Sage Estimating.
Once you've used Stack (2d Estimating) you won't want to use ETAKEOFF AND BRIDGE.
It's easier to generate quantities out of Stack and just type them into Sage Estimating directly.
Why go though all the set up headaches and hoops every time you want to transfer quantities.

*Menus are not intuitive
*Can't Pan the entire Drawing, very annoying if you used software that lets you pan the entire drawing.
*The variables show up as the Variable Name in Dimension, not the actual Variable name in Sage.
(that can be hard to read.

If you've used Stack you will know what I'm talking about.

Chris
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 2-10 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 1-5 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Sage is great, Business Reseller's not so much

Reviewed on 2020-10-29

Read the cons carefully on who you choose to be your sales person. The product itself seems decent.

Pros

Software seems intuitive like RS Means, Bluebeam Revu, and Excel. Have not fully used the software so will adjust accordingly after use. Integration with eTakeoff is nice since hopefully it combines Bluebeam Revu and RS Means/Excel in one.

Cons

Have not fully used the product due to Sage's Business reseller Sky-Line's level of service that is subpar. Their trainer did not show up to 3 schedule training events that I was waiting for nor did Sky-Line do the install. The trainer did state that Sky-Line did not put the order in for the databases that I ordered and supposedly they put in an order for the Any Time Learning which I also never received. Initially ordered the product on 9/28/2020 and now it is 10/29/2020 with nothing to show for. Resolution was made to cancel the Sky-Line/SkyDONTCare and I will find a trainer on my own.

BLUF: Try Cassell Consulting instead as he seems like a decent guy and think one can purchase the product from him instead.

Response from Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

Verified Reviewer
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used Weekly for 2+ years
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It has been a heavily used piece of software, but we are probably not using it to capacity.

Reviewed on 2018-03-16

Pros

Assemblies. This has been the most efficient part of the software for us. Keeping track of markups and material costs are helpful.

Cons

Database organization and lack of save/undo features. If I update a material price, will that effect everyone else? It is still very confusing. The integration with CRE300 is pretty sad (Address Book and Export/Import). An undo button would really be helpful.

Robin
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Reviewed on 2011-12-30

Why choose Timberline estimating over Excel or the Big Chief notepad?

1. Integration, Integration, Integration
a. Dynamic link to Onscreen takeoff tools (I can be in the estimate quantity field and jump to the plans, measure the quantity while color coding it using the mouse, and it inserts the quantity in the estimate).
b. Quotation/Procurement - one of the most important add-ons. Allows the user to create quote sheets from takeoff items, email them to vendors, negotiate prices, then choose to use that quote in the estimate budget or push it through to a purchase order or subcontract. Remarkably powerful integration tool, plus you develop a bid history library.
c. CAD - beyond onscreen takeoff (which is only an image of the drawing where you still measure quantities). CAD integration uses CAD item libraries to electronically feed CAD driven quantities from the drawings (but you still have to "estimate" the work to be performed). CAD primarily provides the material components and quantities.
d. Scheduling Integration - the ability to generate a text file recap of the estimate sorted by a schedule activity, or export the recap to a Microsoft Project Schedule native file format, or to create a Primavera native file format. NOTE - it is not a scheduling program; it is a utility to convert the estimate to specific data file format used by specific scheduling software products.

2. Reduction in errors.
a. Database formulas work every time and warn you when something is missing. Excel can break formula links, fields, worksheet links, and references and become too complex to manage and generate a wrong calculation with no warning.
b. Database estimates can be sorted in almost unlimited ways using "WBS codes" (work breakdown structures). This is a fancy name for tagging an item with a sortable field such as material class, building number, floor number, alternate, and then sorting the estimate by those tags in a multiple level sequence - on the fly. Very important with so many cuts and adds taking place in today's estimating processes. It also quickly generates field-oriented docs (bill of materials; by floor, by area, etc.), Budgets - sort by job cost summary instantly, etc.
c. Cuts and Adds are a given in today's fast paced estimate environment, recalling a scope section and revising it repeatedly is a reality. This is the most common cause of estimating errors when bidding. Having an audit trail of changes and to quickly make a revision to all components by answering simple questions is very powerful (see smart assemblies and Modeling as well).
d. Parametric estimates - increase the production of an estimator without increased rework or errors. Answer a set of parametric scope questions and the assembly generates all detail components for the estimator. Eliminates errors, reduces rework, ends the "takeoff for a bid - then takeoff again to build it" issue.

3. Database standards
a. A standard item library for everyone in the company to use creating ease of assimilating new estimators, improving cross training of roles, having common logic that can be reviewed easily to see how the result was generated. How many times has an excel estimate template morphed into multiple complicated versions within a company? Not with a database central price book and takeoff system.
b. Flexibility - allows the estimating "artist" to be flexible with their style of results. The assemblies will allow scope questions to be used differently by each estimator (one wants unit price, another wants man-hours, another wants total Square Footage). They can get all of that with a single common system setup.
c. Pricing - many cost pricing service products integrate and can be combined with a company's own in-house price components. Run into that goofy system you have no idea what it costs - look it up in the pricing service system (and by regional pricing in the market). Have your own factors - apply them to the pricing.

There are many other reasons to consider a database driven integrated estimating system. The above are just a few that show why excel or paper are outdated for today's fast paced estimating demands. It is not just the takeoff - it is all the other integration of "clerical / admin" grunt work stuff that an integrated solution improves within an organization.

Four stars - there is no PERFECT system... but no others come close to this overall solution.

JEFF
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Best general estimating system EVER

Reviewed on 2021-03-16

We had 4 estimators all giving the boss spreadsheets that looked completely different, and sometimes contained major math mistakes due to users messing up formulas. Now all the estimators spreadsheets are in the same format which makes it much easier for our chief estimator to review, and they have NO math errors. You cannot mess up the Calculations in the spreadsheet, because they are done by the database engine, not in formulas that the users can mess up.

Pros

Sage Estimating brings together the best of both worlds, a database of knowledge (pricing, formulas, Assemblies) combined into a powerful spreadsheet. Databases are good for storing data, but estimators need spreadsheets to modify and review their information in. The ability to adjust groups of prices by percentages on-screen is a priceless feature, by rolling the adjustments down into the line-items.

Cons

The Digitizer was replaced with eTakeoff that required a bridge program to interface the quantities with the spreadsheet. For our needs, the method of bringing back the measured quantity directly into the quantity field on the spreadsheet was better.

Response from Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

Ryan
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 2-10 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Sage Estimating

Reviewed on 2021-03-16

Overall, i love the product and would purchase again. Recommend to anyone.

Pros

The software is very very customizable as far as formulas and detailing to your way of estimating. Links with other sage softwares and streamlines a lot of the process

Cons

Some of the reports could be improved. And also a way to better customize reports and it would be nice to have customizable proposal report from within sage estimating. Also, some kind of bid manangement or request for bid within sage estimating would be useful.

Response from Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

Richard
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: Self Employed
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Pursuit of Excellence

Reviewed on 2017-05-01

I invested into my estimating toolbox and acquired my Estimating License in 1996. I have been a Sage Estimating Customer ever since. Being a single user puts into perspective the support service experience as I always felt that my business was the only business that mattered.

Pros

Having worked with much of the competitions to Sage Estimating software while working for General Contractors it has been easy to compare features and functionality. With a solid Audit Trail it is easy to review a projects work flow. Estimate reports are virtually unlimited in terms of formatting capabilities. Attaching takeoff graphics as well enhances the deliverable documents combining the Work Breakdown Structure it is very easy to communicate the scope of work to the client especially when they are not construction conversant. Support services are top of class as the platform the software is operated on has improved support services are required less and less.

Cons

There really is nothing negative that I can consider.

Hogan
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  • Industry: Glass, Ceramics & Concrete
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Sage Estimating - A Powerful Construction Estimating Package!

Reviewed on 2015-02-14

Pros

There are many construction estimating software packages on the market, but none is better at breaking down an estimate in all the ways that are needed. Sage Estimating can handle multi-building estimates, multiple work breakdown structures, and any other bid breakdowns that are needed. For us, most bids require some sort of cost breakdown, but rarely is it completely the same from estimate to estimate. Sage Estimating handles all these variables with ease.

Also, the ability to handle variable cost add-ons at the estimate "totals page" is a huge plus. Cost add-ons such as overtime hours or material cost escalations can be added via the database or on a estimate-by-estimate basis. When it comes to providing breakdowns to our GC clients, any cost add-ons can be spread throughout all or a few of the estimate items. This is a great feature.

Sage has been a very good vendor. The support they've provided over many years has been great and they've done a great job with software upgrades. The upgrades, adding new features and feature enhancements have kept Sage Estimating at the head of the construction estimating pack.

Cons

I've used Sage (and previously Timberline) for nearly 20 years, and the only consistent gripe I have is that installation of the program is tedious and has always required the help of an IT expert.

Frank
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 1,001-5,000 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Sage Estimating

Reviewed on 2021-03-16

Pros

Spreadsheet format. Ease at which database could be imported.

Cons

Productivity factors are the opposite of how we use them.

Response from Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

Clay
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Hottest Estimating Software on the Market!

Reviewed on 2017-07-14

This is probably the most flexible estimating software available today. Always a leader in the industry, Sage Estimating can fit the bill for entry level, single user needs and expand to an unlimited number of users. The estimating system can tie into one of the best accounting packages, as well.

Pros

Totally flexible - can be used by virtually any trade as well as GC. From basic estimating needs to a complex reporting system, this software can do it.

Cons

Takes time to set-up properly. The software is ready to go out of the box, but to fine tune to make it "hum" takes more than just starting it up.

Mark
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 501-1,000 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

I have worked with Sage Estimating all the way back when it was Timberline Estimating,...

Reviewed on 2018-05-30

Accurate estimates and diverse reports

Pros

The power of Sages' Smart Assemblies is the best feature along with the results being displayed in a full spreadsheet format that can be changed in real time. The ability to slice and dice your estimate data is extremely powerful along with their use of WBS codes.

Cons

The tech support has been a bit of a struggle but thank goodness for qualified consultants and Business Partners that can act as your first line of support.

Janet
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  • Industry: Utilities
  • Company size: 51-200 Employees
  • Used for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Estimating multi million dollar underground utility construction

Reviewed on 2019-01-09

Another pro is that this software can integrate with SAGE 300 Accounting, which will not only import the estimate, but also create purchase orders and email those purchase orders based on your estimate. Once you've learned how to use this and set it up it significantly saves time.

Pros

While this product provides you with sample databases, it is best used by creating your own database with phase codes and pricing as you do your construction. You are able to separate each phase into categories, i.e., Labor, Material, etc. There are some standard ones, but you can also add your own categories which adds to the flexibility of this software.

Cons

It's not really a dislike, but it is quite complex. You need one main person who controls all changes to the database, keeps pricing updated, controls anyone changing/adding phase codes, etc. You would need that with any sophisticated database.

Dominick
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  • Industry: Construction
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Intuitive & Time Saving Necessity for Estimating

Reviewed on 2015-07-16

Pros

The more data the user puts in, the more streamlined of a machine this tool can become for your company. I have to say the formulaic calculations are also very helpful especially when it comes to breaking out specific trade items in a proposal.

Cons

The updates process. I wish the install and update deployment was easier for the end user - especially for users migrating to a different machine. The UI could be also be "modernized", but when you look at the functional aspects of this products, as there many, it just performs well compared to other estimating tools on the market.

Michael
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  • Industry: Architecture & Planning
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 9.0 /10

Fantastic Software

Reviewed on 2021-05-17

Excellent, I have been using this for over 25 years way back when it started as DOS as Timberline and it is the best out there

Pros

Product is very easy to use & easily manageable & changeable for your own details

Cons

It can get a bit complex at times and auto-save is both a blessing and a curse

Response from Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

James
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  • Industry: Construction
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

I have used Sage Estimating for 20 years

Reviewed on 2015-01-31

Pros

They are always developing the product and always on the cutting edge of technology. Around 2000, they had a product called the CAD Integrator; it was BIM before anyone understood what BIM was. They do not try to do everything (anymore). Instead of being decent at everything, they set the focus on the estimating product to make it great. Then they create partnerships with other dedicated software products that are also determined to make their piece of the pie the best. It allows for an integrated product that is the best of all worlds. The product is very easy to use and customizable to the user.

Cons

I would like it to have a better proposal output. However, most people I talk to say that it's not a big deal for them because every owner wants a proposal on their form.

Rodolfo
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  • Industry: Government Administration
  • Company size: 10,000+ Employees
  • Used Weekly for 2+ years
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  • Likelihood to recommend 10.0 /10

Great software!!

Reviewed on 2021-08-13

Pros

The product is very user friendly. The RS Means cost database integration is excellent.

Cons

No cons about this product. Everything is positive.

Alternatives Considered

HeavyBid
John
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  • Industry: Construction
  • Company size: 11-50 Employees
  • Used Daily for 6-12 months
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  • Likelihood to recommend 8.0 /10

Bid Grid no good

Reviewed on 2020-10-27

Good.

Pros

The ability to make numerous alternates and locations.

Cons

The way Bid Grid works. There needs to be a way to add/remove items from the Bid Grid without having to start over every time. Very frustrating on bid day when you have multiple subs you have to re-enter.

eTakeoff does not bridge to Estimating, concept of ding takeoff first before putting scope into estimate is backwards.

Response from Sage

Thank you for your feedback! We appreciate your business and look forward to helping drive your continued success in construction and real estate.

Tim
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  • Used Weekly for 1+ year
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  • Likelihood to recommend 7.0 /10

Keep all of your estimate and bid information in one place

Reviewed on 2018-04-10

Pros

This program lets us keep track of all of our estimates, bids, and other information in one fairly easy to use place that our whole team can access it. It has some great interactive tools to help build and share your estimates with clients, contractors, suppliers, and others.

Cons

The customer service on this product is the one thing that I absolutely have to mention. We have had some issues come up in the past and it seems that getting in touch with the right person can be a chore in and of itself. Once you do get through to that person you have to hope that they understand your problem well enough to assist you. I hope it's only us who have experienced issues with this, but I would not be honest if I didn't mention it here.