Clients and Jobs Reports

Reports are an important feature of Abtrac wherein the information within can be extracted and presented in a meaningful way. Reports also help list useful items and/or assess your company’s performance.

In this article, we will have a look at the ‘Clients and Jobs’ Reports, which comes first in the reports’ list. From Reports >> Performance Reports >> go to ‘Clients and Jobs’ to get a list of reports for clients and jobs.

Clients and Jobs Report Types
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Simple reports to get started with invoicing

Getting started with your invoicing normally starts with a few reports to see who you are invoicing and for how much. This can then be checked with job (project) managers to confirm they are ready to invoice the clients and if they are happy with the amounts.

There are two basic reports that can get you going. Unbilled Work Quick Summary and Timesheet Entries.

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Tips for Using Multiple Offices

Your business details can include information for multiple branches/offices in Administration >> Settings >> Office Settings in AbtracOnline.

These Offices or Branches can also be applied to each employee, job or project and carried through to invoicing and analysis.
You can then run reports by office – comparing performance and profitability between branches and managing workflow.

It is also useful when you have one tax entity but different physical addresses, and different invoicing and accounting requirements between locations.

There’s also an option to limit access for Abtrac users by office, enabling them to only view and edit offices to which they have been assigned.

When using multiple offices in Abtrac, there are a few things to bear in mind.
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Timesheet Entries Reports

The Timesheet Entries report shows : timesheet comments, timesheet units and the total charge/cost extension for each timesheet line. It also provides detailed entries for employee and company disbursements.

There are quite a few variations on the ‘basic’ timesheet entries report with options for lots of different filters, groups and sub-groupings.

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Write Off Reporting

As well as looking at how much was billed each month end we recommend you look at your write off percentages. Use one of the WIP reports from Performance Reports > Management Analysis:

  • WIP Write-offs and Write-ons by Invoice
  • WIP Write-offs and Write-ons by Project, or
  • Write-offs and Write-ons by Project and Invoice are all good places to start.

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