Budgeting for Capital Asset & Facility Management
Easy to use
First project is free for a year
Secure, cloud-based app
Your data is backed up
Available from anywhere you work
Managing the budgets for maintenance, renovations, and constructions of office buildings, apartment complexes, schools, municipals buildings, etc., can be a tedious, complex operation. Facility Managers for cities, real estate management companies, and others, have to plan for, and monitor the budgets for a wide range of disparate efforts, including:
- Architectural design
- Utility placement and movement
- Just to name a few….
The person responsible for managing these complex budgets have a hard choice to make: Either track all the projected and actuals costs through a huge, complicated set of Excel spreadsheets and macros, that are hard to maintain, hard to share, and difficult to access across multiple platforms. OR…. Spend tens of thousands of dollars every year, plus large amount of upfront installation and training costs for a complex product like Procore, e-Builder, or OwnerInsite.
Now there is a better choice!budget4cast is the affordable, full featured, secure, cloud-based application, that provides to Facility Managers and others managing such Capital projects, a cheap and powerful tool! Here are just some of the advantages of budget4cast:
- Manage budgets, using budget codes and funding sources.
- Cash flow analysis, and management dashboard.
- Affordable. As low as $49/month per project, with unlimited users and data!
- NO upfront, setup costs!
- Cloud-based, so available on all your devices.
- Hosted in secure data center. Your data is backed up, so you don’t have to!
- Customized reporting: Provide great data to your management!
“My experience with Budget4Cast over these past 11 months has been excellent! The software is super easy to navigate and user friendly. Data entry is a breeze and I love how quick it is to generate reports with the click of a button. The monthly fee is well worth the cost, just based off the time it saves compared to our previous way of budget tracking.”