Dynamics GP Project Management
Project Cost is a full featured project costing and cost accounting solution for Microsoft Dynamics GP. It meets all contract accounting requirements for Government Contractors as specified by the Defense Federal Acquisition Regulations Supplement (DFARS) and implemented by the Defense Contract Audit Agency (DCAA).
Tight Integration to Dynamics GP
Using the native Dynamics GP windows, Project Cost is integrated with Payables, Receivables, Inventory, Sale Order, Purchase Order, Payroll, General Ledger, and Smart List modules. Project Cost eliminates unnecessary key strokes and double entry.
.Net Web Time and Expense Entry
Users can logon anywhere/anytime to record Time & Expense information. This browser based application uses .Net technologies giving it the feel and response of a business application rather than a static web form.
Single Entry Automation
Project Cost automates the creation of invoices, employee expense transactions, payroll transactions, project budgets, and project purchase orders.
Import tools allow Project Cost to integrate with external payroll, budgeting, time and expense, and cost accounting applications.
Powerful Project Management Tools
Managers can use powerful Budgeting and Project Analysis Tools to track the progress of any project, compare Actual vs. Budget revenues and expenses, and quickly drilldown to investigate variances.
Project Cost provides a series of project management tools designed to make projects easy to manage and understand. Create, View and Edit projects in an easy to use Tree View Explorer windows.
With an elegant database design, users can manage Olympic Project Cost to provide the most appropriate information for project management in an environment that can withstand current and historical audit scrutiny.
Project Cost is Easy to Install, Easy to Use, Easy to Understand
Project Cost is easy to install, easy to use, and easy to understand. Its tiered complexity and flexibility allows new users to get started quickly knowing that features may be adjusted or added as requirements change.