What are the cost codes in onTarget used and why should you use them?
a. It allows project teams to see trends in data and the ability to quickly focus on trades that are underperforming.
b. Gives project teams complete visibility into a project’s profitability per cost code to understand which trade is at risk and the likelihood of not being able to perform future work.
c. Makes sure trades accurately get paid for Work-in-Place to avoid overbilling
d. Allow progress onsite to be tracked by quantities and validated with photos making the percent complete more quantifiable than arbitrary.
e. Start gathering and standardizing cost data accurately to build a cost database that can empower future projects.