At AutoPilot, we believe that planning is fundamental for a healthy business. Planning provides a current overview of the final financial performance during all stages in projects and makes you aware of which tasks are ahead. In this blog, we will focus on the gains you reap by combining planning with an allocation of fees to activities. Læs mere
At AutoPilot we update the system regularly to maintain it and ensure that our clients always have the tools necessary to run a healthy business. This has occasioned this blog entry about how we inform you about new updates. Læs mere
In AutoPilot Work in Progress (WIP) tells us what the value of the stock is. The trick is here to determine the value of the stock as accurately as possible. Basically, it is about the value of produced own work, subcontracted work and expenses. To determine the value of WIP the work that has already been invoiced is deducted. In this blog, we will explain why written off expenses feature as value in WIP for lump sum work packages even though they cannot be invoiced.
Internal transfer is used in AutoPilot to allocate own fee to work packages in a project. It can be in connection to a big project where stages or parts of the project are delegated to other project leaders. In this blog entry, we will focus on why internal transfer is used and how you start using the function. Læs mere