Consulant enginees - manage your project portfolio

Consultant engineers

Manage your project portfolio

It should be easy to change plans and see the consequences right away.

As consultant engineers, you need an overview and accurate knowledge of the progress on your projects. TimeLog provides an overview of your project portfolio, and you may follow your key figures and performance such as your projects' and customers’ profitability and contribution ratio.

We can offer you a unique opportunity to control your contracts in an easy and manageable way.On each single project, there is a contracts page where the progress of the different contracts is shown. Here, how the value creating activities are distributed on tasks, employees and deliveries are managed.

Everything is continuously updated based on the employees’ time trackings.

Manage your resources

You live a busy life, and therefore it should be easy to change plans if the need arises.To stay one step ahead, you need to be able to see the consequences right away; both financially and regarding the resource situation on your other projects.  With TimeLog’s resource management, you can adjust the plans.

Management of work in progress on fixed price projects

Often consultant engineers want monthly management of work in progress due to e.g. many and long fixed price projects. By using the TimeLog EVM, you get the opportunity to evaluate your work in progress on an ongoing basis, so you at all times know your level of completion.

Integration with financial systems

Invoice in TimeLog to have the entire project economy compiled, and thereafter transfer your invoices to your financial systems, e.g. e-conomicAxapta/Navision or Visma Administration. If you use a different financial system, it is possible to import the invoicing potential by using our invoice export. In this way, project managers are able to get an overview of the compiled project economy, when they have a continuous dialogue with customers.

Presentation of TimeLog

20 minutes online walk-through in front of your screen.

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