Features Budget Control and Change Orders
Help construction project teams control cost and confirm all changes are accounted for and managed effectively to maintain positive cash flow, reduce risk and maximize profit.
- Effective Change Management
- Visualize Cost-Related Risk
- Flexible and Customizable
Flexible Budget Structures
Customizable to suit users needs and preferences including detailed hierarchical build ups, custom segment options, and master lists.
Contracts and Contract Generator
Create, edit, and view supplier contracts using the details fly-out panel and streamline the contract document creation process using the contract generator to compile appendices from multiple locations into a single package.
Detailed PCOs and Cost Items
An at-a-glance view of all Potential Change Orders (PCOs), their type, scope, source, status, and cost related impacts. Associate cost items with hierarchical build ups if required to the PCO to detail out the effects of a change and to connect to budget/contracts.
Easily Capture PCO Root Causes
Standardize and increase the capture of root causes on all PCOs by creating custom PCO source types. Allowing you to gain insight and analyze patterns to improve future performance.
Change Order Workflows
Manage all aspects of the change order process including logging and detailing all Potential Change Orders (PCO), upstream budget Request for Change Orders (RCO) and formal Owner Change Orders (OCO) and downstream Request for Quotations (RFQ), and Supplier Change Orders (SCOs).
Easily create multiple project level markup configurations to apply to Potential Change Orders (PCO), Request for Change Orders (RCO) or Owner Change Orders (OCO) before submitting to the owner. Supports percentage based, flat fee, iterative or compounded markups with rounding options.
Manage your own document templates using field names we can populate directly from the system to quickly generate standard format documentation for distribution for all parts of the Change Order pricing, request and approval process.