Muli is not entirely Project Accounting nor Project Management.
It is a Process Control Framework to ensure companies successfully manage projects that are larger, longer and more of them at once.
Muli enables growing construction companies to leverage off our 32 years experience, built in to the 'stops-and-checks' process'.
Muli's approach to construction accounting;
Muli Systematically tracks 'income' and 'expenses-to-completion' to forecast a project's Gross Margin.
We then calculate what Percentage of a project is Complete, as work 'approved' over 'final forecast' invoices.
Each project thus contributes ongoing "Earned Value" to the company ('Gross Margin' x 'Percentage Complete'). Generic accounting/Spreadsheets fall short on accuracy in this area.
Muli believes only once all Project Contributions exceed Company Expenses, does that company make a Profit.
Muli's process' ensure risk elements are properly verified, thus projects are accurately reporting earned value
Muli clearly defines 'pre-payment liquidity' from true, earned value profitability over long-term/multi stage construction projects
Muli's reports clearly review your contracts which are sustainable in risk and liquidity terms
This is how Muli enables a company to control its project outcomes towards long term profitability.