Perfectware is accounting system independent and can easily integrate with your accounting package. We currently integrate with dozens of accounting packages including; Quickbooks, Viewpoint, MasterBuilder, Timberline, COINS, Great Plains, MMS, and ComputerEase.
Invoicing: Customer Invoicing (Costing) can become an efficient process that is executed successfully to drive positive cash flow throughout your service business. Invoices generated by your organization are an important touch to your customer base –confidence in their quality is important for all service organizations. Work order costs are captured through the natural service process to ensure accuracy. Perfectware trained best practices will mitigate the time spent on generating the final professional invoice.
- Contracts invoices can be setup to be as unique as your customers are. Monthly, Quarterly, Semi Annual, or Annual.
- Project invoices can also be customized to fit your or your customers needs, generate invoices on costs or per customer requirements. Perfectware also gives you the ability to invoice at any stage of a project!
Revenue Recognition: Perfectware has untied billings and revenue. Perfectware project management software allows flexibility to record revenue for your financial reporting as you see fit, having the ability to record revenue in accordance to costs incurred, or based on your business financial model. Bill the client as they want and recognize the revenue as you need. With the billings and revenue untied you can recognize revenue for projects and contracts with costs, customer requirements, or based on your business policies.
Job Costing: All service tickets are job costed, whether it be contract, project, or T&M billing. Job costing at this level ensures that you are appropriately invoicing your customer and that your contracts and projects are priced according to company gross profit requirements and operating at top efficiency. Job costing reporting allows you to make changes to contracts and projects to meet estimations and gross profit levels before it is too late.