This system follows-up projects that belong to the facility in terms of the required project specifications, submitted bids, project cost, and project expenses which helps to figure out the results on the subject of loss and profit.
Defines an unlimited number of projects and classifies them into several levels.
A special record with the entire tender’s content or project requirements.
Defines project requirements in terms of needed materials, services, consulting, and documentation.
A mechanism for pricing the project based on the necessary materials, services, and consulting.
A mechanism to calculate needed quantities for the project and its sections.
Identifies the rejection reasons for the project through the special screens for monitoring and auditing purposes.
Provides a card to define the project’s data in all its technical, financial, and other details.
Manages the project’s financial expenses through movements’ expenses screens for the project.
Divides the project into main sections and subsections (project sections).
Determines the required quantity for each section of the project separately.
A system to follow-up received, disbursed, and remaining amounts for each section.
Provides a system to follow-up each department’s expenses separately, with the ability to know the expenses details or total.
A mechanism to control the assets given to workers or employees like tools or materials.
A mechanism to monitor employees or workers in each project or each section separately.
The ability to manage materials and expenses movements using handheld devices.
Coherence and compatibility between projects and their sections and major warehouses in the establishment.
A mechanism to deal with received materials from the supplier and distributes them between projects and their sections.
Links between projects and their sections and financial cost centers.
A mechanism for assessing the readiness of projects and commitment to deliver projects and their sections on time.
Provides analytical statements for the purposes of comparison between the required delivery dates, actual dates, delays, and early delivery.
The ability to close the project or a specific section so as to not register the expense or deliver an amount of what has been closed.
It provides a mechanism to determine the total amounts received and spent on the project for the inventory and auditing purposes.
It provides a mechanism to figure out the total expenses paid on the project for monitoring and auditing purposes.
The ability to follow-up the project’s due payments for the facility.
Links with accounting, warehouses, and other systems.