Track costs and revenue job-wise

Analyze the cost of each job in a production unit, estimate projects and manage tasks

Know what it would take to get the project done

Now you know what projects increase your company profit. Because job costing tracks costs and revenue in detail for each job, it is a helpful tool in evaluating individual jobs and analyzing if any expenses can be reduced on similar projects in the future.

Cost breakdown made easy

Look at each project in detail, breaking down the costs of labor, materials and overhead. Calculate how much it costs your business to employ all staff members who will work on the project per day. Multiply the payroll day rate by the amount of time you estimate you’ll need to complete the job. Calculate the cost of all materials used on the job. Estimate the total overhead costs factoring into the job, including rent, administrative costs and depreciation on the equipment used.