Real-time construction budgeting software

Construction budgeting software that does all the heavy lifting. As a result, it makes it possible to follow your project budget in real-time and get back your time. In addition, you can track expenses against the budget on line item level and see which jobs are not profitable.

You can break down your construction budget to any detail that you would like to. This is because Planyard supports any budget structure that you need.

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Budget management view

Everything from estimations through contracts, change orders, progress reports, and invoices are managed in one place and can be tracked from your budget. This lets you come back to the data later and see where you went over.

Planyard gives you a single place to easily track your financial numbers in real-time. You can easily give access to your site personnel so that they can pre-confirm the costs for you and reduce your workload.

Budget article level control

Profitability overview by completed job phase and jobs themselves

Large projects take time to complete. Due to the duration, the prices can easily change. And because of that, profitability can as well.

As time progresses you can see by phase (i.e. by category) where you met your planned budget and how much profit you’ve made.

Updated project budget

See the breakdown of what the jobs consist of

You can drill down to job-level – which jobs made a profit and which didn’t. And more importantly – why.

Line item view gives you a 360-degree view – a list of all the contracts, progress reports, and expenses that are tied to that line item.

Know on the line-item unit and quantity level how much was estimated and what was the real-life outcome. This will answer the question of whether the estimator gave poor cost estimates or did the designer provide poor material estimates.

Our customers about us

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Hitachi ABB
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Intra Interieur
Ian Holford Higgihaus

“I wanted to escape the spreadsheets, escape the manual data entry, and look for ways to stay on top of the budget numbers. It’s challenging within a development company to keep on top of your numbers.

So I came across Planyard in a search to improve the budget management processes and, to make my own life easier.

Planyard does that, and it takes your project budget and puts it very clearly on screen for you so you have a live real-time picture of where your project budget is at any given point.”

Ian Holford

Manager, Higgihaus Developments

“I have been working on cloud accounting tools like Xero and Quickbooks which are excellent, but they don’t have a specific construction-based costing tool.

Construction companies rely on expensive quantity surveyors and project managers to do a lot of data input on packages such as Excel which takes them away from focusing on value-added activities and driving the profit growth.

When I came across Planyard, I was relieved that there was finally a solution to this problem. Quotes, subcontract orders, purchase orders, invoices, progress bills, etc are put on the system and it’s linked directly to the budget, CVRs, subcontractors, and the suppliers. This is making people’s lives a lot easier. Data is at hand, it’s automated and it gets everyone away from the out-dated requirement to fill out spreadsheets.”

Paul Howarth

ACMA, CGMA, Director, Live Management Accounts Ltd

“We save four working days each month per project manager. The biggest efficiency booster came from getting rid of duplicate data entry.”

Marek Korbelainen

Head of Construction, Kaamos Group

Tomy Saaron, Chairman of Hausers Ehitus

“We wanted to know before a project finished whether we were going to make a profit or not. Planyard has allowed us to do that. We can see exactly which jobs are profitable and which ones are not, so that we can make changes on the go.”

Tomy Saaron

Member Of The Board, Hausers

“Planyard is a real game-changer. It lets me have full control over project financials without spending valuable time on data entry.”

Marko Enula

Project Manager, Hitachi ABB Power Grids

Still using Excel for budget management?
There’s a better way.

Spreadsheets are not the best way for managing job costs
  • It’s too easy to make mistakes;
  • You can’t see behind the numbers;
  • It’s hard to standardize and ensure compliance;
  • There’s no real-time overview of profitability forecasts;
  • It means duplicate work for PMs and accountants.
Planyard saves time and nerves

Follow your budget in real time and take immediate action when errors occur. Job costs are organized, and fully searchable and accessible for forecasting, project management and more.