Sync Budgets/Job Costs With Quickbook
So all appropriate parties could see actual current expenses to compare to their job budgets.
Chris Richardson commented
I have an entire job for this just to add budgets and would love to have her do other things.
Eric Broome commented
This is also a subject at: https://jobnimbus.uservoice.com/forums/921013-integrations/suggestions/33695128-quickbooks-a-p-sync
I have heard for 2 years that this is possible, but "not a priority." As of today, there are at least 51 companies using JobNimbus that want this to happen.
TERRI PERSING commented
Job Costing between QBO & JN.
RC @ One Stop commented
Our business desperately needs this feature also. 90% of our jobs are done by subcontrators. We enter the costs in our work orders, but cost info is not pushed to QBO. This requires us to double enter this info (we must have this info in QBO so we can issue 1099s). Double entering is one more opportunity to introduce errors and confusion.
Joe Mullins commented
This would be a huge addition.
Chad Cash commented
Very important for companies that run sales reps that are on a profit split system. Every purchase needs tracked and requires the jobs feature in QBO. This would remove the need for a sub-customer in my opinion and make things less confusing while in QBO. Currently We have job expenses under the "jobs" and the invoicing/income under the sub customer. Makes it all difficult to navigate.
Robbie Thomae commented
100% Agree. The sync is already established between QB and JN so why not map a new set of fields in the financial tab of each contact/job called "Job Costs" or "COGS" that sync directly into JN. This has several advantages.
1. From a sales representative perspective, it allows for full transparency of their actual job margins and commission payouts.
2. From a production manager perspective, (this assumes that most production managers do not have access to their companies QB account since that is typically reserved for owners and bookkeepers) it allows for a more complete analysis of the job and ability to more efficiently discover and address inconsistencies.
3. From an economy of motion perspective, it simply reduces the amount of work required to make a meaningful comparison between budget vs. actual because these job costs would no longer have to be manually entered.
I agree. This is a big deal and several other job softwares handle this beautifully so it is doable. You can't figure accurate commissions without actual job expenses. Thank you.
Josef Handwerker commented
1. When i Synced with QBO, customers that had estimates, invoices & paid invoices came along with the contact info, however, the status in job nimbus didn't change. So now we have to back track and change statuses on all past contacts.
2. When I Make an estimate or invoice in QBO, I write up the job in a description box..then I'll write a new line under my PRODUCT with a 1 QTY and a total price..Problem is when the program synced to Job nimbus, only the Line with qty & Price syncs..leaving us with an inclomplete estimate/invoice
3.The way we account for Job costing is the way most people in our industry do it. We dont enter a PO or WO, we just enter the bill after the fact & run a report in QBO.
So what we will do is enter a billable expense in QBO & it will show up on the report against the invoice ( we wont invoice off the billable expense, we make it billable or else it wont show up on the report, one of the problems with qbo) When we imported & synced QBO, no billable expense shows up in the contact.
What would be great is if the billable expense would show up in job costing & the bill will also sync with QBO so we can enter bills for customers in Job nimbus or vise versa.