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March 21, 2018

What are Contract Types? Contract Types allow you to change how a project recognizes revenue. When planning a new project you can choose from 1 of 5 Contract Types: Fixed Bid. For when you agree to complete the project for a flat fee. Useful for projects you can accurately estimate.   Monthly Retainer. For when you…

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January 15, 2018

Bric uses billing rates and cost rates to calculate financials for Projects and Reports. This article explains how Bric helps you get precise billing and financial information; while also meeting the needs of each project — no matter how unique. Note: Only Admins and Managers with Financials are able to view financial information and Financial Reports….

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September 15, 2017

Bric’s financial reporting provides in depth metrics to help support decisions and analysis. There are three ways to view your financial report: By client, by project, or by person. Client Financials provides metrics from all projects assigned to a specific client. Project Financials provides additional financial metrics that are not available in the project plan….

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July 20, 2017

Modern project management techniques have shown the importance of understanding the relationship between time and tasks. By keeping your team’s tasks and planned time together, Bric helps you keep your project on track. Bric has a built in project management system inside of the project plan. You can learn more about project plans here. This…

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March 22, 2017

The Importance Of Project Types The Project Type field is found within the project details menu. The importance of project types becomes more apparent as your projects increase. As you complete your projects, Bric automatically finds patterns that are then used to recommend more accurate plans for your future projects. How Bric Makes Patterns Be more…

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March 20, 2017

What happens to my data when my trial expires? Once your trial expires you and your team will no longer have access to Bric’s project planning features, including any timesheets that have not been exported. But don’t worry, your data isn’t lost! Bric maintains your data for up to a year. Once you upgrade to a…

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March 20, 2017

Leaving so soon? We’re sad to see you go! Here’s how you can cancel your account with Bric. First, you need to be the account Owner to cancel a subscription to Bric. The Owner is the person that first signed-up for Bric. If you need to change the Owner for your account please contact the…

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March 20, 2017

Bric helps you plan and track time. We have already discussed how to plan a project using Bric. Now, we are going to explore time tracking with Bric. This article covers: Inviting People to Track Time. Methods for Tracking Time. Managing Timesheets.  Exporting Timesheets. Unlocking Time Tracking for Yourself. If you want to track time, you…

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March 13, 2017

Bric implements project codes as a way of helping you keep track of your projects. There are several ways you can configure them. To adjust this feature, go to your company’s settings. Here, you have the ability to select one of the following options: Manually: completely customizable to be whatever you need. This comes in…

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March 13, 2017

In Bric, People are resources that can be assigned to projects, and have to be added before you can plan projects. Also, adding People to Bric is not the same as inviting them as users. Read more about giving people access to Bric.  Note: Bric charges $7 per Person per month. The amount we charge…

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