Our Operational, Commercial & Financial construction software delivers gains across all types of construction and contracting projects. RedSky’s continuous software innovation enables cumulative improvements to construction processes. We improve your performance, which directly translates into measurable efficiency and success. That’s what you need to stay ahead.
We have the largest installed base of accounting systems in construction companies in the UK, with 1300+ installations, with 32% of the top 100 contractors using our contract costing software, 14 of the top 50 consultants using our project accounting suite and Over 120 housebuilders and developers. It is calculated that one in every hundred people employed in the UK is paid by a RedSky IT payroll system.
The software incorporates core accounting ledgers together with operational construction specific functionality dealing with subcontractor management including CIS, Contract costing, Procurement, Plant management, Retentions and Contract/sundry sales.
Summit provides costing payroll for UK, Ireland, Channel Islands and the Caribbean and Middle East. It can handle weekly and monthly paid employees, costing their time to contracts as well as calculating their take home pay.
The Purchase Order Processing system is concerned with the production and management of orders placed with suppliers of materials, plant, etc and the subsequent matching with goods received notes (GRN’s) and eventually the supplier’s invoice.
We’ve been talking to a lot of construction organisations about how they manage their cost value reconciliation (CVR) process. The message that’s come through loud and clear is that every company approaches CVR in its own way.
The Forms module provides you with a great way to digitise paper-based forms. You can create whichever Summit forms you need to meet the unique needs of your business. Summit forms alows data to be captured in the field – offline.
Inefficient invoice processes can add up to a significant business overhead, with a high proportion of the Finance team’s time spent on manually processing and approving invoices, as well as resolving discrepancies.
The government is making fundamental changes to the tax system, to make it more effective, efficient and simple for taxpayers. These changes will also help prevent errors and mistakes that are estimated to cost HMRC more than £9 billion in lost tax every year.