Can you explain the indicators present on the project page?

Profitability Indicators Definition

In Beeye, the indicators on the project page play a crucial role in assessing the performance of each project. They provide a detailed perspective on resource management and optimization, as well as profitability. Here is an overview of these indicators and how they are calculated:

  1. Fees: Represents the total amount agreed with the client for the project. This figure is the expected revenue from the project and serves as a reference for evaluating anticipated profitability.
  2. Budget: Estimates the value of the project based on the estimated time needed multiplied by the hourly rate of the assigned resources or profiles. This calculation allows forecasting the value of work to be done on the project before its start, offering an insight into potential profitability.
  3. Scheduled: Reflects the value of the time already scheduled for the project, by multiplying the number of planned hours (past and future) by the hourly rate. This indicator helps to track the progress of planned work on the project in real time.
  4. Future Scheduled: Indicates the estimated value of the remaining tasks by valuing the remaining planned time with the hourly rate of resources. This allows anticipating the value of work to be undertaken to complete the project.
  5. Actual: Shows the actual value of work done on the project so far, by valuing the worked hours (entered in the timesheet) by the hourly rate. It's a key indicator for measuring the consumption of the time budget.
  6. Estimate at completion: Combines the valued actual and the valued future planned to give an estimate of the project's value upon completion. This provides a comprehensive view of the expected profitability at the end of the project and helps anticipate issues.
  7. Billed: Corresponds to the amount already billed to the client for the project. This indicator is crucial for tracking generated revenues and comparing them with the billed value.
These indicators provide a solid foundation for profitability analysis, allowing for the comparison of planned, incurred, and actual costs to the value generated by the project. They help identify discrepancies, adjust management strategies, and optimize the overall profitability of projects.