Sage 50 Job Costing provides you with all your cost information at a glance and allows you to set monitoring controls to track your cost and keep you within budget and schedule.
Break down your costs in detail
- Manage more than one job at a time and analyse and compare their costs and progress.
- Individually track the different cost elements of any job or project.
- Accurately analyse your costs against materials, labour, wages and other key costs.
- Set up to 10 definable analysis codes per job.
- Create cost analysis codes specifically for each job
- Group jobs together by code or category for quick and easy analysis.
Set key milestones
- Track the status of your jobs as you go.
- Compare the progress of different jobs
- Set key milestones and deadlines.
- Summarise costs, budget, revenue and expenditure and against each key milestone.
- See the percentage of work completed for each milestone.
Analyse costs precisely
- Split costs by their component – labour, Materials and other key costs.
- Create an unlimited number of multi-tiered cost structures.
- Analyse individual costs or group them together.
- Highlight your most profitable jobs.
- Identify less profitable jobs that might need more focus.
In-depth enquiry function
- See the status of any job at any given time.
- Extract information for yourself, customers or management.
- See progress – clearly see timings and percentage of work completed.
- Cost Summary – monitor actual costs and track them against budget over a period of time.
- Revenue Summary – view the latest on billing, costs incurred and profit to date.
- Range of management analysis reports.
- Budget Revisions.
Manage your finances
- Record costs, timesheet and billing information.
- Integrates with Sage 50 Accounts Plus and Professional.
- No need to re-enter cost data.
- Removes duplication and saves you time.
- Manage your customers
- Post and print invoices directly from Job Costing to ensure speedy payment.
- Automatic calculations save you time.
- Let customers know exactly when payment is due.
- Provide details of you preferred payment methods.
- Raise credit notes to keep your customers happy.
- Allocate invoices to specific elements of your job.