Users are at the centre at AutoPilot ApS and that is why our developers always use and incorporate their feedback and input. At the time of writing, version 154 of AutoPilot has been released. This has led to an entry about the new functions and improvements which our clients are now able to benefit from. Læs mere
At AutoPilot ApS, we are convinced that our courses and workshops add value for the participants. We are not alone in that opinion. In this blog, you will meet Annette Bech from Oluf Jørgensen, a Danish national consulting engineering company, who expresses great satisfaction with our courses and workshops.
In today’s release of version 153 we have, as always, our focus on the feedback and inputs our clients provide us with. This has inspired this blog, where you will be able to read about the new features and improvements which are coming in the new update. Læs mere
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
The companies LBP Engineering, Conm and Conexe have recently acquired AutoPilot. We have talked to Poul Erik Thomsen who, daily, uses the program in the three companies. We have talked about the choice of AutoPilot as well as the value the software has already added to the companies shortly after the start-up phase.
Even though, the consulting engineering company Arne Elkjær A/S has more than 60 years of experience, they are aware that it is important that the work approach is kept up to date and that is done by constantly developing themselves. As part of the development, business partner Jakob Byskov was hired two years ago and since then Stine Groth Bertsen has joined the company in a new position as project planner. 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.
Jørgen Korsgaard has given another presentation about ”How to run a profitable practice”. The presentation was under the auspices of The Liveable City, which in the last two years have been on tour in the UK. Now the tour had come to Scotland, more specifically Glasgow.