A software system designed by Operations Planning Systems.
Projector is a hosted professional services automation solution. It includes resource scheduling and management, billing review, invoicing, time and expense entry, extensive analytical reporting, and integration with accounting and other systems.
Web time and expense entry is easy and fast. Scheduled projects appear automatically, and recurring projects can be pinned by the user to the entry form. Time can be reported at the task level. Comments can be associated (even required on a project basis) for each time card. These comments can optionally be included on invoices, and can be edited in the billing review process.
Time and expense management supports a configurable approval workflow (including optional automatic approval of time for organizations that review time during invoicing). Optional missing time alerts remind employees to submit time and let managers know which employees are missing time. Managers can also investigate missing time using online tools.
The invoicing process starts with gathering time and expense cards into invoices, using a fast, automated approach. Time and expense cards can be adjusted, and a configurable workflow enables project management and financial management approval – including special handling of adjustments that exceed certain thresholds.
Resources can be scheduled based on availability, title, skills, location, and cost center. Scheduling is by day or by week. A fast graphical tool allows a manager to see who might be available for a new project. Project managers can use the Microsoft Project integration to do detailed project/task scheduling.
Projector produces analytical reports in Excel spreadsheet format. These reports can be sliced many different ways, and can include both historical and projected data (for example, historical and projected utilization in the same report).
Operations Planning Systems provides fast telephone and email support for every customer.
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