Job Management extends Manage360’s capabilities beyond making the sale and into managing the details of your construction job. It give you the tools you need to make sure that your work stays on track, on budget and on target to impress your client as much as your proposal did.
Once the sale is made, Job Management automatically creates the job for you in the system, lets you specify the crew and the supervisor for that job, and creates all of the purchase orders you’ll need for the job. You can also use Job Management to generate daily job logs for your crew, and then use the information from those logs to compare estimates vs. actuals and perform other analyses as well.
As an integral part of the Manage360 business management system, Job Management supports you every step of the way as you manage all of your jobs. You can:
And coming soon:
Click on the “Features & Benefits” tab above to learn more about each of these features.
Simply apply a change order process to the job and you’re free to:
Change orders can be added to a job at any time, on the fly and on site. Once approved, it’s simply added to the current job in Manage360, which gives you different views of the job so you can see the original contract, the change orders, and a current view showing both.
With Job Management, each change order is tracked and billed separately, which not only ensures that you’ re paid for all additional work, but also lets you see exactly how you’re recovering your overhead for each change, and how all of the changes are affecting the job’s overall profitability.
With output to the client that’s based on the American Institute of Architects’ standard change order form, Job Management’s change order capacity is a simple solution to one of the industry’s most complex problems, namely, how to ensure that all of a job’s change orders are recorded, tracked and compensated for in a way that’s easy to do and consistent with your overhead recovery method.