Access all your project versions to track how your price, cost and margin changed over time. Need to issue a change request? Just create a new estimate version and apply it once it's approved.
Need a quick look at key financial metrics? See your project burndown to date or the forecast cost at completion.
Don’t waste time searching for a particular client’s rate card mid-project. Instead, define costs, client-specific prices and overtime rules and add resource to any project by their name or role. We'll take care of the financials.
Price&Cost can handle any tools you use with its handy import function. Upload estimates from MS Project files, and keep importing your actuals as you go with CSV import functionality.
Prefer to see how your price, cost and margin have changed over the course of the project in one powerful graph?
We have that too!
There isn't a "one size fits all" - Time and Materials or Fixed Price, man-days or hours, US dollars or Euros, day or week breakdown. We can handle it all.
Import your effort figures from MS Project to set a baseline. Once project kicked off and timesheets start coming in, you can import them as well with handy CVS import. We adjust to the structure of your CSV files - you can filter the data, configure formats and map to existing fields in the app, eliminating any conversion hurdles and inconsistencies. We will remember your settings for the next time you import.
From your first draft estimate to project completion - you can save a new version each time you make an update. Think you found a way to minimise the costs and increase the margin? Check if you are right by creating another estimate mid-project and try multiple what-if scenarios. Mark the version you are happy with as a new baseline. This also works well for change requests.
Each project's key financial metric is shown as a gauge, allowing you to quickly see if you are on track or headed over-budget. See the projected budget at compeltion or costs to date.
See how each metric has been performing against your appoved baseline. Each time a new version is created, we plot the metrics on the graph.
This graph is a great tool for post-project reviews and analysis.