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The project module is used to plan, manage, and control the financials of multiple projects.

The project module consists of one or more databases, in which information on projects are kept and maintained. A main project can pertain to one or more sub-projects.

Project status

  • Each project can be assigned a status, showing rate of completion.
  • Status controls the actions allowed on a project, e.g. it is not possible to register hours to a project if it hasn’t been assigned the status “in-progress” .

Project types

  • Project types are essential to register expenses, creation of invoice data, managing of calculations through the project.
  • Each project type can have a cost price, sales price and a code telling if the specific project type is invoice-able.


  • A project can be created with a minimum of information, allowing for quick quote generation. Additional project information can be added going forward.
  • It is possible to copy an existing project, taking it to status Created.


  • When creating a quote it is possible to do a pre-calculation taking into account the number of resources, cost price and sales price.
  • Calculation done on a copy of a completed project, budget figures or actual cost can included in the calculation.


  • Pre-calculation creates a quote. Tthis information can be printed and or e-mailed to the customer.
  • The quote contains a description of the project and the offer price of the project. Status change to quote.

Allocation of resources

  • When the project Offer is accepted by the customer, all budgeted resources can be allocated to specific employees, machines and other recourses.
  • Going forward on the project, employees can register time and materials to the project they have been assigned to, maximizing their full capacity and avoiding overlap.

Phases and milestones

  • Per default a project has one phase, however a project can be divided into several phases, with individual start and end dates. An end date on a project marks a milestone.
  • Entry of time and materials can be limited to projects with open phases.

Entering of resources used

  • Cost of recourses used on individual projects, e.g. time, materials, transport and petty cash is entered either in the General Ledger journal, Purchase Order or the Project journal.


  • Project invoicing is handled from the Sales Order Module.
  • Suggested invoices are raised from a set of parameters, such as date intervals with percentages of the total cost of the project to be invoiced.


  • All registered time and materials to projects can be monitored individually or collected, comparing registered cost to allocation, showing progress and ensuring intervention should there be an overrun on one or more projects.


  • Once a project is completed, all actual costs and invoices form the bases for the re-calculation.
  • Re-calculation will show the profitability of the individual project.
  • Re-calculations are stored in the system and will provide valuable data when planning new projects.

General Ledger integration

  • All cost registered and posted to projects are automatically posted to the General Ledger.
  • Cost coming from projects are posted in the General Ledger is posted as work in progress.
  • The project types control posting to the General Ledger of the individual project cost.

Other Applications

The following applications are designed to work hand-in-hand with Project Management:

"Project Management" is part of the Aplicor 3C® line of products, developed by Aplicor.

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