Benefits of Cora’s Working Capital Management
Configure Views Around Financials
Configure and personalize your dashboard so that you can track and compare budgets, costs, estimates and cash-flow, using easy-to-view graphs and Gantt charts that are interactive and updated dynamically, enabling you to better monitor project profitability.
Integrate with Existing Software
Seamlessly integrate with any existing financial software, and configure your account structure to match your current finance model, effortlessly exporting all your data from the old system into the new one.
Integrate with Business Units
Integrate financials with scheduling, costs, change requests, forecasts and all your other reports and business units and roll all project data up to program and portfolio level, providing senior management with insights into project and portfolio finances.
Create one off and recurring invoice payment milestones, that can be linked to deliverables and tracked using Gantt charts and graphs.
Generate Finance Reports
Generate finance reports to capture any deviation between approved cost and actual value achieved, and stay permanently up to date around change requests which are all recorded dynamically in the change register, and are automatically brought over into the financials.
Digitize Data and Centralize Documents
Digitize all your data and centralize all your documents so everything is kept permanently up to date, in real time, enabling you to precisely track any changes to costs and schedule as they happen.
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Streamline all your processes and seamlessly integrate all your systems so everyone works in the same standardized way and from the same facts and figures
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Working Capital Management FAQs
What features does Cora have to improve working capital management?
Cora provides you with the tools to generate finance reports which capture any deviation between approved cost and actual value achieved, and to stay permanently up to date around any change requests.
It enables you to integrate financials with scheduling, costs, change requests, forecasts and all your other reports and business units, and roll all project data up to program and portfolio level.
And it provides you with the tools to create one off and recurring invoice payment milestones, that can be linked to deliverables and tracked using Gantt charts and graphs.
What are the benefits of using Cora project management software?
Cora project management software digitizes all your data and documents and brings them all together into the one, central hub.
It streamlines all your processes and systems so that everyone works in the same, standardized way. Your teams, business units and departments all work towards the same strategic objectives instead of working in siloes.
And it provides you with both granular visibility into each individual project, and with that 30,000 foot bird’s-eye view of your portfolio as a whole.
Can Cora be integrated with existing platforms and software solutions?
Crucially, Cora can be seamlessly integrated with any existing processes, platforms or software solutions.
With the result that whatever systems you currently employ, around for instance financials, resourcing or risk management, will all now be coordinated and organized using the one system. Making you the control tower, in charge of orchestrating each of the elements in your projects, programs and portfolio.
Will we get buy-in from our employees once we install Cora?
Cora has been designed and built as a no code low code platform to ensure immediate buy-in from all your employees. This means that it gets configured twice.
First, we take the out-of-the-box Cora and configure it for you so that it does exactly what you need it to.
Then, once you ‘go live’, the users that you’ve given access to will quickly and easily configure it for themselves, by taking the wide range of templates that are available to them, and dragging and dropping whichever features and elements they require for that particular functionality.