Tuesday, May 31, 2016

UniPhi 12 - Calculated Budget Derivatives

The focus on UniPhi 12 has been to make it as feature rich and attractive to those in the Cost Management industry and developers managing cash flows on new property developments. We've developed a raft of new features which allow for more detailed data analysis, and to generally simplify tasks of building estimates or capturing them from other systems. Our aim in developing these new features is to remove admin burden for cost managers and development managers and we believe that the Budget Derivatives calculation feature lives up to that goal.

This blog, and tutorial YouTube clip explains how the budget derivatives features works to enable you to automatically derive the the cost of an item, or multiple items, based on its relationship to another item. A simple example of this concepts use would be deriving the tax payable on a land purchase, or cost of preliminaries as a percentage of the construction costs or contingency as a % of project costs.

On its own, this is a very handy and useful feature, but when coupled with other UniPhi 12 features such as :

..with more features still to come driving home the efficiency gains targeted.

In the lead up to the official release of UniPhi 12, we are seeking feedback from clients who would like to get in early and upgrade ahead of the scheduled July 1 launch. Your valuable feedback will assist us in further refining and enhancing the features. The benefits for you will be that you can have direct input to the final release of UniPhi, and as an early adopter you will reap the efficiency benefits sooner.

As with most of the features and enhancements in UniPhi, it is our community of users who recommend or suggest ways to improve the product that continues to drive our innovation. Why not visit our forum and propose your own ideas for our consideration into the next release of UniPhi

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