Project-based contracts relate quotes and orders to project plans, financial estimates, labor pricing, and billing arrangements, like time and materials or fixed price. The contract highlights key metrics, including profitability and feasibility.
Visual project planning and estimation includes predecessors, automatic task scheduling, and views of sales and cost information for time and expenses. You can use the resulting plan in quotes and project contracts.
Resource information includes the skills and proficiencies of your workforce. You can view, and filter resources based on skills and availability, so you can assign the right people to the right projects. You can also track resource utilization and forecasting metrics.
Team members can use the web or mobile apps to record time and expenses for multiple projects. Managers can easily approve new entries while understanding the financial implications of the newly-approved items. All team members can collaborate with an Office 365 workspace created for their project.
Project invoices reflect the terms of the contract and the approved work and expenses. The financial impact of project work, including costs, unbilled revenue, and invoices, are recorded for use in analytics and integration into financial systems.
Project service automation capabilities in Microsoft Dynamics 365 empowers your organization to deliver project-based engagements on time and on budget.
What can you do with project service? Estimate, quote, and contract work. Plan and assign resources. Capture time, expense, and progress data for real-time insights and accurate invoicing. And lots more!
Microsoft Dynamics 365 Project Service can help your organization manage the entire lifecycle of your projects, serving as a single system of engagement for sales, project delivery, resourcing, and billing activities. A typical project lifecycle as managed in Dynamics 365 Project Service is represented in the diagram below.