Drive demand and manage buyer interest with our Housebuilder365 CRM module. This allows you to record buyer details and the property requirements and effectively match and promote development and plot availability. Sales can then be managed through the enquiry, viewing, offer and sale process.
This next generation of House Building Software powered by Microsoft Dynamics 365 Business Central will help your business improve efficiency through digital transformation for your house building projects.
Who is it for?
Housebuilder365 is a fully integrated house builder solution, ideal for small to large developers. Below are some reasons why you should review your existing house building solution:
- You use Excel spreadsheets to manage most processes
- There is no real-time visibility or control of costs
- Your data is being duplicated in multiple places
- You have no specific functionality to manage your sub-contractors
- You manage post-sale aftercare issues
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It is essential that you are able to analyse profitability and control costs at Development, Phase & Plot levels. In Housebuilder365 the Development / Plot Ledger allows for costs to be posted and monitored at both a Cost Head and a Work Package level helping you to ensure that dwellings are delivered on budget and on-time.
Keep track of and monitor post-sale snagging issues. Raise after care calls with ease against developments and plots. Accurately report on after care calls with full cost analysis.
Easily maintain Sub-Contractor records and ensure compliance with HMRC’s Construction Industry Scheme. Ensure that only sub-contractors that have bona fide insurances and qualifications are engaged on site work.
Sub-Contractor Orders for work packages can be issued at a Development / Plot level, with supporting application, certification and payment processes.
Purchase Orders can be raised through the system and posted as committed costs. As deliveries are received and invoiced the purchase order is updated, maintaining an accurate analysis of the committed, accrued and actual costs on the contract.
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By on February 8, 2021