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For construction project accounting, is Analytic Accounts the right method to track the Costing for my projects?
My group of companies is engaged in 4 primary types of business and I would like to know if OPENERP is the correct ERP to help me with my companies. For activities 1, 2 and 3, it seems I would need analytics. So can Analytics help? BTW, there will be over 50 users connected to it.
Engineering and Construction Projects
Description: Engineer, procure and build projects like power plants, buildings, factories
Volume: 100 jobs per year
Duration: from 1 month to 4 years
Tracking revenue and customer retentions
Tracking cost of: (a) material purchase, (b) inventory material issue, (c) manpower, (d) sub-contracts, (e) logistic
Facility Management and Maintenance
Description: Manage facilities, attend to customer calls, track maintenance contracts
Volume: 20 contracts per year
Duration: 1-10 years
Track service requests for followup and closure, including cost.
Volume: 400 jobs per year
Duration:1hr to 1 month
Track Sales, Material Cost and Labour
Description: Buying, storing, selling, delivering goods
Volume:200 jobs per year
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