Axium Releases Schedule Manager for Architecture and Engineering Firms as Part of Ajera 7

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Schedule Manager Helps Architecture and Engineering Firms Reduce Time Spent on Resource Planning and Boost Profitability

Ajera 7 Schedule Manager by Axium
Most architecture and engineering firms spend hours every week cross-checking project schedules against employee timesheets and their project reports, costing them lots of billable time."

Axium, developer of accounting and project management software for architecture and engineering firms, announced the release of Ajera 7 and a new project scheduling interface, Schedule Manager. Schedule Manager was designed to help architecture and engineering firms reduce the time it takes to manage project schedules, increase employee utilization rates, and prevent project overruns.    

“Most architecture and engineering firms spend hours every week cross-checking project schedules against employee timesheets and their project reports,” said Brian Siefkes, Product Strategist. “Then they have to go back and re-enter data from one program to the other and there’s a lot of billable time lost to these overhead activities. But, it’s the only way that firms can keep projects on track and employee utilization rates high.”

Ajera’s new Schedule Manager combines employee time sheet data and future scheduled hours to give an instant snapshot of project budgets, making it easy for architecture and engineering firms to see if their project is on track or on its way to going over budget.

“We wanted the interface to be easy to work with, yet powerful enough to give instant feedback on project and employee workloads,” said Siefkes. “The feedback we’re getting from project managers at architecture and engineering firms is that they’re able to instantly jump in and start using Schedule Manger, which is affirmation that we’ve accomplished our goal.”

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Axium’s accounting and project management software for architecture and engineering firms helps over 1500 firms streamline difficult processes and increase profitability.

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