What we need to do is set up a simple database where we can actually see these listed out in terms of its ownership type or the cost that it requires to the project or to the company.
Tracking labour costs at phase level can be a problem when it comes to us getting an accurate reading of exactly how much our labour is actually costing us on the project.
When it comes to tracking project-specific material prices, this can be a problem because generally we don’t have a way to capture the initial cost quoted from the supplier and then take that information straight from the invoice as it comes in.
When tracking your project costs in Sage 50, the first thing we must understand is that Sage 50 was never designed to manage construction project costs.
When linking your site team into your project costs and Sage 50, the first thing to understand is that Sage 50 was not designed to manage project costs.
Sage 50 is a great accounting product, but what it doesn’t do very well is manage project costs.
When you’re trapped under a pile of invoices, you need a system that’s able to take in multiple deliveries, multiple invoices, and make sense of it all.
How to manage user permissions in construction project management software.
If you’re using an accounting system or software that isn’t construction-specific – Xero, Sage, or Quickbooks – then this video is for you.
How to set up a data stream of material orders from site.