Job costs are usually tracked using a spreadsheet, but this becomes increasingly complicated as the number of projects grows. With an overwhelming amount of projects to track, it is almost impossible to keep up using spreadsheets, and you may not really know whether you’ve made or lost money until after project closeout. But there is a better way – we can help!
Cyanic’s Job Costing Software module gives you an accurate, day-by-day picture of your job costs. You will always know where you stand as compared to your project budget.
Cyanic’s Job Costing Software helps you easily calculate all costs associated with a given project — such as labor and materials — and compare them against the revenue generated by the project. This allows you to determine your profits and losses on a per job basis, providing you with insight into the overall health of your business.
Does your business deliver a service that varies between clients? If yes, it’s likely that you and it will benefit from our Job Costing Software Module.
Industries producing physical goods such as construction companies, or delivering professional services such as engineering companies, work with a number of variables directly affecting their profitability. Materials, labor, and fees are costs that vary depending on the job’s scope and will impact the final amount that your business charges.
Job Costing Software is used to track these costs and the revenue that the product or service they create generates from them. With this information you can calculate your profit margins on a job-by-job basis as well as calculate the overall profits and losses from all of your jobs.
Using the Cyanic Method, we work with you to customize your Costing module. We design the software to work with your processes and not the other way around. The final product ends up being an extremely user friendly, straightforward, and an elegant solution. Staff and workers easily adopt the new software, as it was custom built to suite their needs.
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