Project Management

Projects are task driven. With ERPNext you can Define and allocate Tasks for Projects

How ERPNext helps you to manage your projects

Project Tasks

Project is divided into Tasks. In ERPNext, you can also create a Task independently. You can set the start/end dates. Set Task status (Open, Working, Pending Review, Closed, or Cancelled.) Once you set it right, you can have the users collaborate, comment, and email by accessing the project you’ve added and track it all the way until task completion

Gantt Chart

ERPNext gives you an illustrated view of tasks scheduled for that project in Gantt Chart View.

Gantt Chart

ERPNext gives you an illustrated view of tasks scheduled for that project in Gantt Chart View.

Project Costing

The Project Costing section helps you track the time, expenses and purchases incurred against the project.

The Gross Margin is the difference between Total Billed Amount and the Total Cost Amount for this project.

Timesheet

Timesheet can be used to track actual hours worked. It can be used for multiple purposes like:

  • Billable work to Customers
  • Creating Salary Slip based on hours worked.
  • Tasks
  • Project
  • Internal References

Timesheet

Timesheet can be used to track actual hours worked. It can be used for multiple purposes like:

  • Billable work to Customers
  • Creating Salary Slip based on hours worked.
  • Tasks
  • Project
  • Internal References

Project Profitability

Project and related activities are generally active for longer time periods. While developments happen on the Project, there are various income and expense incurred against it. Hence, it becomes important to track the Profitability of a Project and ensure that you don’t overspend. With ERPNext, you can easily monitor your project profitability.

Budgeting against Project

You can create Budget for a Project as well. The expense limit defined in the Budget master will be validated in the expense transactions.

Budgeting against Project

You can create Budget for a Project as well. The expense limit defined in the Budget master will be validated in the expense transactions.

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