The public imagines that when you propose a Proposition 39 bond, you know exactly what you’re going to build and how much everything’s going to cost. The truth, of course, is that most of the real planning doesn’t happen until you secure funding by passing your bond. At the start of the program, you may know very little about your projects: who knows how much a new school will cost until the land has been found and the designs completed?
Account-Ability was designed to manage your building program from start to finish; not from the first P.O. being cut or invoice being paid, but from the first conception of a project. Account-Ability has sophisticated budget development tools that work the way you already work. In Account-Ability, budget entry is not data entry — it’s problem solving. We give you an interactive financial model for your projects with full access to contract data, historical budgets, and custom budget templates, all using your set of funding and account codes. You can focus on developing budgets that work. Not only can you make sure there’s enough money to finish each project, but also that you’ll have the money exactly when you need it.
Experienced planners can step right into Account-Ability and start developing multiple financial scenarios for individual projects and building programs. With our training, even novices will be building budget templates and project financial plans on day one.