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Clip IT Solutions Ltd

Clip IT Solutions Ltd Contact Details

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Carl Purbrick
Unit 3, Plot 5b, Watercombe Lane,
Lynx Trading Estate,
BA20 2SU

About Clip IT Solutions Ltd

Construction Industry Accounts (CIA) Software DOES IT ALL!


We will meet with you to discuss your software and hardware requirements.

Once we understand your needs we will discuss how we can help (or admit if we are unable to) then demonstrate the relevant product/s to you.

We will ensure you fully understand how Construction Industry Accounts (CIA) will assist you in the management of your company and how you will migrate to your new software system.

We will be available to answer any questions or offer any advice on the whole process of starting a new system, from checking on hardware, the installation of the software by our fully trained staff, migrating your data (dependent on current system) to explaining the “Going Live” process and your training. We are always available.

Software installations are carried out by fully trained staff.

On-site training is included as standard.

CLiP IT Solutions pride ourselves on our support staff. Each member is fully trained on the software, both from the user’s point of view to the database structure and behind the scenes architecture. The support line is open 9.00am to 5.30pm Monday to Thursday and 9.00am to 5.00pm on Friday; most importantly your calls are answered immediately. There is not a call waiting service, you speak to trained staff immediately, meaning your questions are answered as soon as possible.

We make use of the internet to remotely connect to your computer (after your initiation) enabling us to view your screen - this allows an even quicker resolution of problems. We are confident you will find our support line to be the best you have ever used.


The Secret of Successful Job Costing

There are many reasons why job costing may fail, but following a few simple rules can help improve the reliability of your job cost reports.

1. Keep it relevant.
Decide what information you want to get out of the process, if you are not going to use the information there is no point in entering it.
Work out the level of detail your job needs and stick to it.

2. Keep Up to Date.
Make sure data is entered quickly and regularly so you can focus on the job in hand.
Work with a simple system that enables ease and speed of updating your data so you don’t get bogged down.

3. Accuracy.
Simple data entry keeps errors to a minimum and a good system allows you to view reports and fix errors efficiently.
Ensure that you, and those customers you are billing, can trust the data in your reports.

4. Knowing the costs, but not what it means.
How do it know if a spend of £350,000 on job X is good or bad?
Setting budgets against a job, and being able to compare to actual spends, tells you exactly where you are making and losing money.

5. What about all those variations?
Know what has changed, what it cost and who should pay.
Make sure you set up the appropriate cost codes and levels of detail required for each job.


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