3. Profitable jobs without chaos

Job profit is not only affected by client billings and supplier costs, but also the value of internal work is very important. If you clearly manage these values, your job will be profitable.

What can Teamogy help to sort out in your company?
  • All important information about the job organized in one place – finances, time, and documents.
  • An overview of all jobs provides you with information about the current situation in the company.
  • Reports on profitable and non-profitable jobs, brands, clients, teams, and the entire company.
  • You manage everything you need for the job – suppliers, clients, and internal team.
A specific example:
Our first job and we start the work for the new client.

It is not complicated to create a job. Name the job, define deadline a choose the client with brand. Done.

The profitable job can start.

We spent initial hours on the job and it is important to have them in evidence from the beginning.

Create the time record for the first hours that you spent on the job.

The next step is to create a preview of overall solution. Create a task for the colleague to prepare some ideas and previews before you go on another meeting with client. 

Tasks in Teamogy enable you to specify the description, define the allocation, lead and store the communication. 

Our team has already started working and the worked hours are growing.

You can follow the job along with other jobs in clear, concise reports.

How to try everything directly in the system:
  • Create a job, choose a client, and specify the brand. Make the time record on this job and see how reported hours have impact on the job profit.
  • Try to find already existing jobs. Search by the name or use useful filters.
  • A detailed manual can be found here:
    How to work with Jobs in Teamogy.
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