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Global Project Report Profit & Loss

Improve reporting for Project Based Clients -
System can currently print P&L for each individual project. However the system CANNOT print a summary Report to include the P&L of all projects on 1 report for specified date ranges.
  • Claire Grogan
  • Jan 10 2017
  • Acknowledged
  • Jan 10, 2017

    Admin Response

    Hi Claire, Thanks for your feedback. We have a number of requests already for improved reporting both on the p&l and projects. We will look into this in the near future as an important improvement.
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  • Dee commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    This request is over a year old now and I'm not sure if this feature of generating a summary report to include the P&L for all projects in 1 report. Can KashFlow confirm what's going on with this 'nice to have'?

  • Anonymous commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    The current Global Project Report is of no use - includes VAT - does not total - and has no Date Range - needs Formatting too - pretty poor.
    This applies to many Reports - the VAT Report is the same - pretty basic and poor format.
    I notice that this request is more than a year old - therefore improved reporting does not appear to be high on the list for Kashflow.
    Maybe time to look at another product as not inclined to recommend this.

  • sentinel accounts commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    Also, Global Project Report should exclude VAT figures.

  • Marisa commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    A facility to provide a report per project on Sales Invoices & Purchase Invoices as separate reports, just listing the details of the invoices (date and Inv No) and the amounts (with an option for net or gross) providing an end balance and the option to produce the report by date period. The profit and loss function is great when a project is complete but my MD isn't interested in charts, he wants to see exactly what has been invoiced in anyone period and then at the end of the job be able to see a complete itemised breakdown and it would make my life easier to!!

  • Anonymous commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    The last comment from Kashflow on this 'important' feature was In May. Are we not past the near future?! You can see from the posts how very important this is.

  • Anna Wickham commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    Hi,
    this is really important, its great to be able to drill down into individual projects, but a report that gave you an overview of all projects by date is essential
    Thanks
    Anna

  • Anthony Jones commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    Hi, we use a lot of reporting outside of the system by extracting data using the standard reports as csv files into excel, but we can't get transactions with the project code and the g/l in the same report. We know the information is in the system (as we insert project code against all transactions on input). It would be brilliant just to be able to extract data with project code alongside the g/l transaction report. Of course we will then be able to analyse/reconcile our profitability by project.

  • Tim Ashton commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    If you are using Projects within Kashflow then it's quite difficult to get a single report / CSV to summarise expenditure/income on all projects by month. The easiest way to do this would be to add the project number or name to the Activity Report and few other key reports.

    The Global Projects Report could then be improved further by showing the projects expenditure/income by month (within a date range specified) as well as giving the totals for the period.

    Hopefully that should be very simple to implement - and would make a big difference to people using the Projects functionality.

    Thanks!

  • Joanne cooke commented
    January 10, 2017 09:13

    It would be an excellent feature to be able to produce this report.

  • Sam commented
    June 20, 2017 13:24

    You'd also want to show any Invoices that are NOT allocated to a Project. Otherwise the report could easily be incomplete if you have forgotten to allocate an invoice to a Project.