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To import Prime Contract data created in Sage 300 CRE into Procore.
If you have created your prime contract in Sage 300 CRE and want to import it into the Prime Contract tool on your company's Procore project, use the Steps below. After your contract is successfully imported, you can then continue to modify and update it in Procore. Should someone in your organization change the prime contract in Sage 300 CRE, you will need to manually sync and re-import your prime contract into Procore. See Sync a Sage 300 CRE Prime Contract with Procore.
Things to Consider
- Required User Permission:
- 'Standard' level permission or higher on the ERP Integrations tool.
- The Prime Contract tool must be enabled as an active tab on the project.
- Additional Information:
- If you choose to update the prime contract in Sage 300 CRE, you will need to manually sync and re-import your changes to Procore. See Sync a Sage 300 CRE Prime Contract with Procore
- Navigate to the Company level ERP Integrations tool.
This reveals the Sage 300 CRE Integration page.
- Click the Prime Contracts tab.
This opens the Sage 300 CRE page in the Prime Contracts tab.
- Click the Ready to Import link in the right sidebar.
- Locate the desired project's budget in the Sage 300 CRE Prime Contracts Ready to be Imported list.
- Click Add to Procore.
A message in GREEN text confirms when your prime contract has been added to Procore.