Job Costing for Dynamics 365 is tightly integrated with Gravity Software™ (Gravity), a full accounting application written on the Dynamics 365 (aka Microsoft CRM) platform.  The Job Costing module is designed to assist specialty subcontractors in automating and streamlining their accounting, job costing, billing, time & expense, document management and reporting.

The Job Costing module provides the ability to quickly and easily convert job bids into a Schedule of Values to perform progress billing — bill by percentage or amount.  Quickly generate invoices, along with the required AIA G702 and G703 documents.  Set retainage rates by job and the system will automatically track withheld retainage and perform the final retainage billing.

Tracking estimated, committed and actual job costs in real-time can often make the difference between being profitable or not.  The Financial Summary gird provides this information, in real-time, as purchase orders are released and payable vouchers, journals, labor time and costs are posted, Now that’s streamlining the process!  Easily view the financial line item details that contribute to each estimate or actual subtotal by hovering over the amount, or display the full details using the many reporting options provided.  Either way, the information you need is now always at your fingertips!


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Job Costing for Dynamics 365 provides all the features a growing contractor or subcontracting business needs to perform all of its day-to-day tasks and activities:

  • Track the estimated, committed and actual costs on a job
  • Perform progress billing and produce required G702 & G703 documents
  • Track labor time and cost on a job
  • View and plan resource requirements
  • Track committed cost on a job
  • Track cash receipts by job
  • Pay vendors based on job
  • Fully integrated accounting modules:
    • Job Costing
    • General Ledger
    • Accounts Receivable
    • Accounts Payable
    • Inventory
    • Purchasing
    • Bank Book
    • Document Management
    • And more