Billing and invoicing feature allows you to bill project services directly to customers, employees and external service providers. Invoices can be created based on milestones, partial payments and final payments as well as at cost (time and material). Timesheets required in many industry sectors are generated by the system.
The process of storing, organizing, and monitoring information about your clients, prospects, and sales leads is known as contact management. In its most simple form, an address book or an Excel or Google spreadsheet with entries for all of the people with whom you do business can be used to handle your contact details. Many companies, on the other hand, prefer to use advanced contact management software. This is particularly useful if you have a large number of contacts to keep track of or several people who need access to the information.
Inventory management refers to the process of ordering, storing, using, and selling a company's inventory. This includes the management of raw materials, components, and finished products, as well as warehousing and processing of such items. For companies with complex supply chains and manufacturing processes, balancing the risks of inventory gluts and shortages is especially difficult. To achieve these balances, firms have developed several methods for inventory management, including just-in-time (JIT) and materials requirement planning (MRP). nventory represents a current asset since a company typically intends to sell its finished goods within a short amount of time, typically a year. Inventory has to be physically counted or measured before it can be put on a balance sheet.