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Project Accounting

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Project financials, contracts, and resources can create difficult, detailed work—especially if you have numerous disparate systems. With Sage Intacct Project Accounting, you track and see all your financial and non-financial project data in one place. Start and finish projects on time, stay on top of project costs and revenue, and keep projects productive and profitable. Project Accounting Take the pain out of project accounting from star t to f inish Key benef its Get projects off to a great start Sage Intacct Project Accounting shows the true costs of previous projects, so you can make smarter bids that protect and improve profit margins. It integrates with your CRM system, so you can see what's in the pipeline, line up the right people and materials, and turn bids into projects without manually re-entering data. Stay on track Keep projects on track and clients happy by using proper workflows for entering time and expenses, and giving your team members online access to them. Keep a close watch on actuals against estimates. And answer client questions about resources or invoices without delay. Automate billing and revenue recognition Save time, enhance accuracy, and lower costs. Billing automation helps you generate project invoices in the right format, using the right terms and the right amounts. Sage Intacct Project Accounting also keeps revenue recognition separate from billing and automates the calculations and postings, based on milestones, schedules, or percentage completion. Get be er insights, give be er answers Consult a single source for role-specific reports and dashboards. If you're driving project delivery, you can inform clients and colleagues about the status of milestones and invoices. If you're overseeing project accounting, you can share insights on why contract labor costs are changing or how to improve profit margins. Make informed decisions, quickly. See real-time profits per project, utilization by employee, revenue by service types—anything that helps you understand and improve project performance.

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