Finance Tracker adds powerful financial features to Microsoft Project for the web.
It offers complete visibility of your costs, allowing you to manage program funding, project budget allocation, and tracking of forecast and actuals. Deployed as a modular solution in your own Microsoft cloud tenant, it seamlessly integrates with Project’s Power App (such as Microsoft’s Project Accelerator).
Apply filters and column selections to focus on the cost categories and time window you wish to work with. An efficient and easy user experience.
Pop out to full screen to increase real estate
Hide any cost rows not relevant to the project
Work at annual, quarterly, or monthly level
Put an end to disconnected, cumbersome spreadsheets. Improve your cost control with a single view of program Opex vs. Capex and funding sources.
Apply highly configurable cost structures
Define and report on funding sources for your programs
Configurable across budget categories
Finance Tracker allows you to allocate budget to projects, drawing from your program fund. Your remaining unallocated program budget is always visible.
Streamline budget management
Monitor shortfalls & track variances
Unify program and project budgets
Respond faster to project cost impacts with a holistic view of your forecasts and actuals.
Forecast project costs
Record project actuals
All balances are rolled up to program level to track variances and see shortfalls instantly
Use Finance Tracker's Power BI report templates or create your own to dive deep into your data and report on all aspects.
Portfolio budget & program cost analysis
Budget / Forecast variances
Funding source reports
Improve financial control with one source of truth, customised to your needs.
Reduce admin time, avoid confusion and get rid of disconnected spreadsheets.
Easy to use, easy to adopt as a simple, integrated add-on to Project for the web.
Enhance collaboration thanks to customisable views and in-depth reports.
Save time, increase visibility, and stay in control with Finance Tracker.