Here at Techware, we put a great deal of our time and effort into ensuring that each of our clients ends up with the right solution that’s implemented in the right way, at the right time.

In fact, we put such an emphasis on this that we consider identifying needs and implementing solutions to be our two primary goals as a Sage reseller.

Here’s why we work so hard to ensure that.

Why Correctly Identifying Needs Matters

Every company is just a little bit different from any other. Because of this, different companies require different solutions for managing their accounting. While some companies are best served by simple solutions that streamline a few simple tasks, other companies require more robust options.

For those in the construction space, there’s an entire host of tasks accountants have to deal with that are unique to the industry. Because of this, many turn to construction-specific accounting softwares like the ones that we sell here at Techware: Sage 100 Contractor and Sage 300 CRE.

However, even between those options there is a significant amount of variance. Because of this, we work with each client we serve to figure out what they need out of their accounting software. After performing a needs analysis, we’re able to identify which software works best for the company.

Timely Implementations

Some software resellers or other consulting companies string out the implementation process to the point that it becomes time-consuming and a drain on productivity.

Here at Techware, we work at the pace that suits you so that we can ensure the transition you’re making is as smooth as possible. Our consultants average 10-15 years of experience in the industry, and because of this, they’re well-acquainted with just about any scenario that your company could ever encounter along the way.


If your company is ready to improve the accounting process you deal with on a daily basis, we’d love to have a conversation about a Sage software that might be the perfect solution. Here at Techware, we have years of experience working with the construction industry, and we’re able to address industry specific concerns that other software providers might not have the answer to.

In general, Sage 100 Contractor is the software to consider for small to mid-sized companies and Sage 300 Construction and Real Estate is the one that larger companies should take a look at. That said, certain companies deal with more of one thing than another or require certain functionalities that others don’t. Before deciding on one option, we’d urge you to consider the opportunities presented by both so that you can make an informed decision.