Resource planning - for maximum control
Clear tracking of expenses and other resources enables an immediate assessment of the ROI on various projects. This ensures comprehensive control over the entire project, from its initial conception to its final stages.
Expense forecasting - return and transparency
In construction projects, the variance between projected and actual costs can potentially erode a portion or the entirety of the return on investment.
With xFLOWer, not only can project costs be meticulously planned, but payments can also be constantly tracked down to the receipt level, including on a time-proportional basis.
Through this, you can promptly identify costs exceeding the initial plan and take necessary steps to avert potential project losses.
As the project's progress can be observed in real time from both financial and implementation perspectives, the process achieves full transparency.
Complex resource planning
For construction, service, maintenance, or other projects, it is essential to allocate various resources, including personnel, tools, vehicles, accommodations, and more.
For achieving the most effective solution, it is crucial to consider factors such as the most pertinent workforce, presently accessible tools/vehicles, and other vital attributes.
xFLOWer's project planning module provides precise answers to the inquiries that arise in the aforementioned process, equipped with tailored functions tailored to business processes.
Controlled project costs
In addition to the initially projected project costs, unforeseen expenses may also occur during the execution. It is not uncommon for a higher-than-planned cost to be incurred before the project manager becomes aware of the issue.
xFLOWer provides real-time updates on the project's current costs, facilitates the handling of cost invoices, and automatically deducts the actual expenses from the initially budgeted project costs.
The project budget can be automatically established from the finalized contract, allowing us to ascertain the available budget before the project commences. This amount is then adjusted based on expense accounts, providing a clear view of the ongoing variance between the values.