Budget Cruncher 2.1 is the newest offering from Debarel Systems, offering a fully integrated suite of applications designed for project-driven operations that have to operate within very strict budgets. Budget Cruncher 2.1 extends that functionality into the cloud, offering a fully web-based system that can be accessed from anywhere with an Internet connection, including smartphones and tablets.
Budget Cruncher simplifies and optimizes the creation and monitoring of project budgets. With Budget Cruncher, users have a simple and straightforward process to build, approve, and monitor corporate budgets. The system also includes modules for project management, billing and invoicing, time and expense tracking, resource management, and more. We recommend this software to professional service organizations in just about any vertical; the software can also be scaled to meet the needs of companies both small and large.
Other applications on the market (like Microsoft Project) offer features for project and resource management, but they lack a few critical features that would allow you to effectively manage all aspects of a project budget. Budget Cruncher 2.1 offers robust functionality from a simple, sleek interface that supports budget development in a multi-user environment.
Users can quickly get started by setting up a vendor and assign roles to team members, and from there it breaks down the process into 3 steps: project or task set-up and budget proposal, budget approval, and budget management. Once a plan is approved and all necessary resources are allocated, Budget Cruncher automatically generates a labor cost budget and then updates that forecast to include any changes to tasks or timeline.
We recommend this software to any professional services organization seeking a fully integrated budget and project management solution.
Jianan from UNO
Employees number: 11-50 employees
I recommend this one
This software really helps you to calculate a budget even you don't know what is it.
It is convenient and let you know the actual price of what you want.
The budget sometimes is not as accurate as what it is in real life
The interface needs to be improved.