Oracle JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Homebuilder Management is a system specifically aligned with the needs of the industry, which supports the entire homebuilding cycle. Full integration throughout the entire business cycle streamlines information flows and increases the overall efficiency of the company. You will have access to a large scope of information, which will help you to balance strategic decision-making and cut operating costs. The application is designed to grow together with your company, supporting any mergers and acquisitions, as well as investments you will make in the future.
Homebuilder Management is based on the repetitive processes of standard homebuilding (apartments, cottages) at various locations, with an opportunity to configure a particular flat (house) considering fitting-out and finishing options.
The system can hold typical budgets and materials lists and will calculate the required financial reserves needed to raise funds for paying contractors and purchasing materials.
Integration with procurement and warehouse modules enables the maintenance of operational accounting and control over the purchase and consumption of construction materials and budget-tracking.
Itemized costing with a breakdown by building allows: accurate estimation of the return on sale of finished houses, timely detection deviations from the budget and the understanding and elimination of their causes in due time.
The Accounts Payable module provides for the timely entering and processing of transactions related to accounts payable. The functionality allows the company to manage multiple bank accounts and payment options, while offering an opportunity to track cash needs and payment schedule. There is access to vendor information during the whole payment processing cycle.
The General Ledger is a financial data center, allowing the simultaneous management of several accounting types in various registers on a one-entry basis and the set up of various charts of accounts. All of the system’s modules closely correlate with the General Ledger, providing the necessary analytical data to entries. The flexible configuration of the company’s structure allows reports to be obtained in real-time, the building of consolidated financial statements for the group of companies, the managing of multi-currency reporting, the review of balances and the quick settlement of disputes, through tracking information from entries to primary documents.