Real-Time Construction Accounting Software

 

 

Job Billing

(Essential, Standard, Professional & Enterprise Editions)

 

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Job Billing Brochure.pdf

 

The Job Billing module allows billing for jobs on a Lump Sum or Cost Plus basis. It features billing according to the American Institute of Architects (AIA®) forms G701™(Change Order), G702™ (Application and Certificate for Payment) and G703™ (Continuation Sheet: Scheduled Values).

 

Job Schedule of Values Sample Screen

 

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Job Markup Sample Screen

 

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Job Billing Features

  • When BIS® processes a billing, the General Ledger Financial Statements, Accounts Receivable and cash accounts are automatically updated using real-time technology
  • Billings can be lump-sum, percentage of completion or cost plus
  • Percentage of completion billing can be done for each billing code or for the entire job
  • Maintains scheduled value, previous payments, work in place, stored materials, percent completed, total completed, balance and retention per billing contract line item
  • Schedule of Values can be automatically created for cost plus jobs
  • Cost plus updates the billing according to cost-plus markup for each cost type (L, M, S, O, E)
  • Billing for labor at calculated billing rate, default employee billing rate or a manually entered billing rate
  • Allows for a maximum of 99,999 change orders per contract
  • Billing for change orders include separate change orders markup
  • User-definable Lien Release
  • Time & Materials Billing

 

Job Billing Reports

  • Schedule of Values
  • Application for Payment on actual AIA® G700 forms or computer generated forms
  • Job Billing History Summary or Detail
  • Job Cash Receipts Summary or Detail
  • Billing Code Library
  • User Defined Contract Invoices

 

Job Billing Sample Reports

 

 

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