This new tool enables wall and ceiling contractors to easily track, from estimating to job financials, all details pertaining to specific divisions within jobs.
Toronto, Ontario (PRWEB) June 27, 2014
The Plexxis Drywall ERP solution, which unites drywall estimating software, digital, takeoff, construction management software and mobile apps now includes division tracking from estimating to financial reporting
Plexxis Software is excited to announce that the Drywall ERP now includes division tracking. This new tool enables wall and ceiling contractors to easily track, from estimating to job financials, all details pertaining to specific divisions within jobs.
Jeni Mitchell, Sr. Consultant and Director of Implementations explains; “Many of our customers have multiple divisions, such as drywall and fireproofing etc. within the same job that required detailed analytics. Our all in one Oracle platform enabled us to automate the analytical reporting from bidding to financials.”
The division tracking tool enables the following:
1. Split job contracts per division
2. Create change orders per division
3. Forecast revenue per division
4. Create custom divisions for a single job
5. Create organization divisions that span across multiple branches
Plexxis specializes in unifying drywall estimating software, digital takeoff, drywall construction management software, accounting, and mobile apps on one simple system that eliminates the frustrations and overhead of using construction software and multiple databases. Wall and ceiling contractors seeking the highest efficiency and profitability possibly are encouraged to view a demonstration of the Drywall ERP so they can learn what is now possible in the trade.
Plexxis Software provides an ‘all-in-one’ wall and ceiling solution that unites drywall estimating software, digital takeoff, construction management software, drywall construction accounting software, managed IT services and mobile apps. The single database solution is made specifically for every commercial, residential, high rise and industrial scenario.