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This report uses a project P&L format. The content may be for any slice of the company, from the total company to individual project to project manager or project, subaccount segment. Additional columns may include variance or percentage complete. Drill down available.
This billing analysis may aid in identifying potential revenue and billing leakage. Comparison of Revenue to Billing to Contract Value can assist with cash flow and projects. Note average revenue per hour calculation.
Cumulative Hours YTD
This graph provides insight into how labor is being utilized year-to-date compared to the prior year. The graphical display shows positive or negative trends based on the gap between lines. The content can show total company hours billable or non-billable or a single employee.
Revenue Expense Billing Trend
In this single display we can see monthly trends and comparisons between revenue, billing, and cost (the bars) or cumulative amounts (the lines).
Revenue per Hour Analysis
This extensive look at labor hours identifies potential billing and revenue concerns. On any particular project or task, compare hours worked to hours billed or recognized for revenue. Also identify unbilled labor hours.
Unbilled Aging by Status and Type
The importance of timely billing is demonstrated with this graphical display. This view looks at draft and unselected billing record detail and ages based on the day delivered. The different colors identify unbilled on draft charges and unselected items. This content can be for the total company, a single project manager, or any other project attribute.
Resource Allocation Changes
This view is used to identify shifts in labor to or away from a particular project month over month. Project hours or specific tasks by project where the change in labor hours booked in the current month versus prior month are above or below a user-defined threshold are presented. The projects are sorted by highest to lowest hours in the current period. Notice in-cell bar and traffic light icons.
This view shows what people are working on, when. Show detail hours by employee home department, with drill-down to task segment. You can drill down to day of week. In this example, the status includes “All” time, but it is easy to filter this field to view labor in process versus labor posted.
Labor Hours Analysis – Client
This view shows labor hours by customer, project, task, and employee. Filter by time period or any project attribute. This view includes projects with any activity in the current fiscal year regardless of status. Note the summary by client is in blue.
Labor Hours Analysis – Task
This is an executive-level report that presents how people spend their time by labor class and task segment. It shows actual hours and percentage by labor class at the bottom. It is simple to switch from year-to-date to any other time period. This example is filtered by Billable. Swap time period with percent of total to compare time periods. Analyze labor class year-to-date versus total last year.
Labor Hours Day of the Week Analysis – Graph
See what days are people most billable by day. Which employees or departments have a pattern? Why? Who works weekends?