Are your projects as profitable as possible?

Keeping track of several ongoing architectural projects can be extremely difficult, no matter how much you prepare beforehand. Success is not just about good planning in advance: it’s about visibility, access and ongoing evaluation.

The ability to track your projects in real time with Timemaster could help. Timemaster is project accounting software that enables architects to spend time on their core business, rather than wasting unnecessary time on administrative tasks to enable you to ensure every project is as profitable as possible. The flexibility of Timemaster means it can grow alongside your business, continually providing an up-to-date record of company resources and project forecasts. It does this by:

  • Identifying the early signs of spiralling project costs with easy graphical indicators such as traffic lights
  • Monitoring project profitability in real time and comparing it to estimates allowing corrections to be made before it’s too late
  • Providing full absence and time management capabilities to identify resource bottlenecks and reallocate accordingly

All of these capabilities can help to ensure that all of your projects are as profitable as possible. And the good news is Timemaster is simple: to implement, use and benefit from. As Nick Snow, Architectural Manager at Kirklees Estates and Property Management, says:

“I just can’t imagine having to go back to filling in the information each time on each document and spreadsheet- what a waste of time that used to be!”

We recently ran a webinar which discussed this in more detail so please email timemaster(Replace this parenthesis with the @ sign)equisys.com for a copy of our 30 minute video on running projects for profit. And for a more in-depth look at the specific needs of your business, we are always happy to provide bespoke demonstrations, so again please get in touch if you would like to see the software in action.

Additional information:
Timemaster for architects
Online Timemaster demonstration
Time recording and expenses