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The models are by Business Area. The size of a business and the level of detail at which it wishes to segregate its data as well as the model itself will generally determine how to arrive at these Business Areas – refer also to Data Capacity Levels below on this page.

Models

Model Name Business Area Scope
Profit & Loss Forecasts – Budgets Business Unit with up to 5 Sections
Weekly Business Analysis Section of a Business Unit with up to 4 Data Categories
Employees & Resources Charge Allocations Section of a Business Unit with up to 14 Employees

Prices are AUD excl GST (Goods and Services Tax of 10% needs to be added for sales within Australia)

No of Business Areas Profit & Loss Forecasts – Budgets Weekly Business Analysis Employees & Resources Charge Allocations
1 $870 $620 $560
2 $1,260 $950 $880
3 $1,650 $1,280 $1,200

The same incremental amount applies to any further business areas for each model.

The models are supplied on CD’s with User Guide booklets.

No transport or handling charges will apply within Australia.

There are no ongoing fees or annual charges for the models.

There are no additional costs for extra users in the same Business Area.

There is free support for 6 months from the purchase date of each model firstly by email outside of normal business hours and then if needed by phone. A consultation in person is $85+GST per hour.

Email and phone support after 6 months from the purchase date is $25+GST per query.

Payment needs to be received for a product before it can be distributed and once it is distributed it cannot be refunded.

On each purchase the Business Name and Business Area details will be assigned to the Model. Care should be taken when providing these details to ensure they are spelt correctly as they will appear as titles on the reports.

Multiple Products DiscountsA discount will apply to the cost of the first business area of a product for purchases of different models as follows

Purchase Type Discount
2 different models 10% on the first Business Area for each model
3 different models 15% on the first Business Area for each model

Data Capacity Levels of Models

As can be seen from the Business Area Scope at the top of this page the Business Area for the Profit & Loss Forecasts – Budgets model is shown as a Business Unit. This model is intended to cover a wider area of the business than the Weekly Business Analysis and Employees & Resources Charge Allocations models which are intended to be at a lower level of detail and show their Business Area as a Section of a Business Unit.

The following Data Capacity Levels information should be used as a guide:-

Profit & Loss Forecasts – Budgets

A single Profit & Loss Forecasts – Budgets model can contain up to 5 Sections of a Business Unit. These Sections could be either geographical or by product type depending on which best suits the business. The growth rates are shown by Section. Up to 161 chart of accounts line items can be shown in the model. Operating expenses can be split into 9 categories. Smaller accounts should be combined as joint figures on the forecasts.

Weekly Business Analysis

The capacity of the Weekly Business Analysis is that it is divided into 4 Categories, which each have 3 Sub-Categories and with each of those having up to a maximum of 12 Item Identities. An Item Identity is a Business Resource – which could be an employee, subcontractor, fixed asset, etc. Therefore there is a maximum of 144 Item Identities that could be used per model though they need to fit within the Categories and Sub-Categories to make those sub-totals meaningful. Depending on the size of the business, each of the 4 Categories in this model could be made to represent a Section of a Business Unit, but the summaries of the cumulative data are only at the total report level – (that is, not at the Category level), so that will need to be taken into consideration when deciding the break down of the data.

Employees & Resources Charge Allocations

The capacity of the Employees & Resources Charge Allocations model is that it can accommodate up to a maximum of 14 Employees and 6 other Business Resources – subcontractors, fixed assets, etc. It also caters for up to 52 Charge Allocation Areas – being cost centres or projects, which can be split into 3 sub-groups. There is also provision for up to another 8 allocation areas for non-chargeable time such as annual leave. Depending on the size of the business, each of the 3 Sub-groups in this model could be made to represent a Section of a Business Unit, but the number of Employees may ultimately determine how many of these models are required. Also the summaries for this model are only at the total report level – (that is, the sub-groups do not show on separate reports), so that also needs to be considered when deciding the break down of the data.