Pegasus CIS (Construction Industry Solution or Contract Costing) lets you see the profitability of the contract and the calculated costs to completion.
Pegasus CIS is a software solution specifically designed for the construction and contracting industries. Not only will it make you fully compliant with the taxman, it'll also bring astonishing efficiencies to your contract management.
Available for Pegasus Opera II, Pegasus Opera 3, Sage 50 and Sage 200.
When you consider that the average construction project suffers 150% cost overruns and completes more than 175% late, there’s clearly a great need for software that can help you to deliver projects on time and within budget – and transform your profitability.
Pegasus CIS provides complete control over all aspects of contracts management, from costing and timesheets through to payment applications, VAT invoicing and cash receipt matching. Fully integrated to the Sales, Purchase and Nominal Ledgers, Cashbook and Payroll, Pegasus CIS conforms to the requirements and regulations of HMRC's Construction Industry Scheme.
Pegasus CIS recognises the complex business requirements of the construction sector, offering an unparalleled level of management control over contracts and subcontractors. It integrates with Opera 3, Opera II, Sage 50 and Sage 200.
Visit http://www.hmrc.gov.uk/new-cis/ for HMRC information relating to the Construction Industry Scheme, including frequently asked questions.
It has been estimated that the average construction project suffers 150% cost overruns and completes more than 175% late*. Investing in the right software could help transform this into a more profitable proposition where projects are delivered on time and within budget.
Controlling the costs of a project can be a daunting task. Not only does a company need to track the costs of purchases, there may be sub-contractors who need to be paid under HMRC's Construction Industry Scheme regulations, as well as raising and chasing Payment Applications to clients. Has a Payment Application been certified? How much is the Main Contractor Discount? When is the Retention due for payment? How much profit did you make on that job? These are the typical questions asked, but getting the answers quickly can be a problem when running a construction project.
Effective cash management is key to making a profit in a contracting environment. Pegasus CIS has been specifically designed to give instant access to up-to-date information that allows you to manage your contracts. Knowing what is owed and when it is due and who needs to be paid and when, are critical issues. Pegasus CIS addresses these and many others as part of helping you manage your contracts effectively.
Pegasus CIS is an application that covers all the requirements of contract costing: handling all the revenue and costs associated with running a contract, controlling materials, purchase orders and purchase invoices, through to the regulatory requirements of HMRC's Construction Industry Scheme. Fully integrated into the accounts system and payroll, Pegasus CIS truly transforms a company's ability to profitably manage contracts.
Pegasus CIS also integrates with award-winning Pegasus XRL, an intuitive tool that allows Microsoft Excel access to live data at the click of a mouse. It seamlessly integrates your financial information into Microsoft Excel in a couple of simple steps, so you don’t have to copy and paste, re-key or work out formulas.
The MIS features in Pegasus CIS also include export features to Microsoft Excel, providing powerful and adaptable access to the information held within both Pegasus CIS and the accounts system. This means Pegasus CIS delivers fast and accurate information and enhanced analytical power, which assists and simplifies even the most complex decision-making process. Purpose-built functions allow dynamic access to data in the Pegasus CIS system to populate Excel worksheets.
The Management Information System (MIS) features of Pegasus CIS easily adapt to the analytical requirements of a business. They make it easy to analyse key information, such as costs or revenues, by Contract, Project, Analysis Codes, Cost Head etc. Budgets and estimated costs can be specified at Cost Head level while the system will maintain the Opening, Actual, WIP, Committed, Other Costs and calculated costs to completion. The financial position is always available and can be analysed and interrogated using the highly configurable and user definable dynamic View screens.
The following diagram details the main data flow between Pegasus CIS and Opera 3. It is also possible to integrate Pegasus CIS into Opera II, Sage 50 and Sage 200 accounting systems.
Pegasus CIS fully integrates with the accounts system; the prime requirement is to eliminate double posting of transactions so that no manual posting is required. All transactions posted to the Nominal Ledger are stored in an audit file for analysis and reporting.
Purchase invoices entered into Pegasus CIS are posted to the contract and to the accounts Purchase Ledger, handling both the Nominal Ledger and VAT allocations. Similarly, sales invoices produced within the Contract Sales Ledger are posted to the account Sales Ledger. Other transactions posted to a contract, including timesheets, will raise an entry in the Nominal Ledger. A transaction posted into Pegasus CIS that has an effect on the P&L, Balance Sheet, VAT account or Cashbook has a Nominal Ledger Journal created, using the default Nominal Ledger account codes which come with the system.
Integration between Stock Control and Contract Purchasing allows stock to be ordered from suppliers against contracts. Stock can be Allocated, Reserved and Issued to a contract, posting relevant costs to the contract. When allocating stock to a contract it is possible to nominate the period in which that allocation is required. This is extremely useful where there is a requirement to plan stock issues to a contract based on when it will be required.
Stock can hold up to three dimensions (such as length, breadth, height) which can be used on the purchase order to calculate and allow ordering in, for example, square metres. The stock system is multi-warehouse and multi-location, so it is possible to look at all stock in a warehouse or at a site.
Monitoring stock levels, knowing where stock is located and knowing what needs to be ordered and when, are all elements managed within the Pegasus CIS Stock Control module.
This option tracks requests coming in from site and allows available stock to be issued to the Job with an accompanying delivery note.
Site Requisitions have an added advantage over standard Stock Issues in that stock can be issued from multiple locations for the one Job. These Site Requisitions can be entered, picked and approved. Once approved, they can be used to post the related stock issues and generate the Delivery Note for passing to the issuing stores. This provides a powerful yet controlled method of allowing stock to be requested from the site office.