Finance

Orders

In this section you can see all your orders and create new ones.

Create a new order:

  1. Click button New Order and a sidebar will open.
  1. Insert project name. The job order will be automatically filled by the system.
  2. Compile all the required fields
  3. Click on the “save” button
  4. Your order will be added to the list

Order’s fields description:

  • Project: the target Project
  • Job Order: automatically filled selecting the project
  • Supplier: the target Supplier for this Order
  • Purchase Code: an identifier for the Order
  • Value: the total cost of this Order
  • Area: the area of the budget this Order is about
  • Date: the issue date of this Order
  • Duration: answers to the question “when this order will used for the project?”, by default uses the project’s start month and duration. For example: some external employees works for you on April and May so you should set start month to April and duration of 2 months.
  • Notes: a brief text about the order. This is attached to the order’s email and can be seen by your colleagues

Send an order:

  1. Click the button Send.
  2. Choose a recipient for the order. To insert one or more email addresses as recipients head to the settings Email Bot section.
  3. The recipient will receive an email.

When an order is sent, you will need specific permissions to edit it.

You can approve an order by clicking on the “approve” button. Approving an order isn’t mandatory but can be useful if you want to keep track of what orders can be actually issued.

Role based permissions for Orders can be managed from the permissions section.

Currency

Orders belonging to a multicurrency budget are displayed with their currency. Currency can be picked between those used in the budget’s external costs. The exchange rate for the currency refers to the budget’s creation date, but you can change it in any moment by editing it manually.

Order’s value must be lower or equal then the external costs provided in the budget for the currency picked for the order.

Export a spreadsheet with the list of orders:

  1. Click on “Export data”.
  2. Choose if you want to download all data or just a list of orders belonging to a time range.
  3. (Segment) Select the time range you want collect data from.
  4. Click on “Email me”.
  5. You will receive an email with the spreadsheet with requested data.

Note

You can create orders only for projects you have already provided with job order and budget.

Order’s value must be lower or equal then the external costs provided in the budget.

Invoices

In this section you can see all your invoices and create new ones. Once you click on the “Send” button, an e-mail is sent to the address inserted in the Email Bot section.

To create an invoice:

  1. Click on the top left “+ invoice” button and an empty invoice will be added to the list;
  2. Compile the invoice’s empty fields;
  3. Click on the “create” button.

Currency

Invoices belonging to a multicurrency budget are displayed with the final net’s currency. The exchange rate for the currency refers to the budget’s creation date, but you can change it in any moment by editing it manually.

Note

You can create invoices only for projects you have already provided with job order and budget

Client List

In this section you have a list of your clients meant as companies, with details like the company name and the group they belong to.

Find this section in CRM > Clients > Client list.

Add a new Company:

  1. Click the “Add” button
  2. Fill in all the required fields
  3. Click on the “save” button

Client company page

For each of the company listed, click on the arrow to enter the company page.

Here you can find details and insights about a client, like:

  • It’s revenue clock for the current year
  • All the invoices that need to be sent for that client
  • The revenues for the client grouped by years or quarters. Targets are displayed in orange and you can set them in the revenues target section
  • The value of the won projects for the client grouped by years or quarters (click on a column to further filter the insights below on the selected time range)
  • Sparklines:
    • Won projects that are all the projects with a 90% or 100% probability
    • Proposals the number of project that reached 90% (won) or went down to 0% (lost)
    • Avg. Project Value the average value of all the won projects
    • Conversion Rate the ratio between won projects and proposals
    • Avg. Profitabilty: the average margin of all the won projects in the selected time range
  • Won projects that are all the projects with a 90% or 100% probability
  • Lost projects that are all the projects with a 0% probability
  • Outstanding projects that are all the projects with a probability between 10% and 75%
  • All the contacts for this client

The Won/lost feedback shows up when you enable the related job order category’s flag in the company section.

Sparklines comes in different colors to highlight the trend:

  • Red if the last value if worse than the first one
  • Blue if first and last value are the same
  • Green if the last value if better than the first one

Contacts

In this section you have a list of your client’s contacts with details like their name, company they belong to, email and role.

Find this section in CRM > Clients > Contacts.

Add a new client contact:

  1. Click the “Add” button
  2. Fill in all the required fields
  3. Click on the “save” button

Client contact page

Click on the arrow to open the client contact page.

In the contact page you can find all the projects developed with this contact and all his resources.

A resource is just a link with a name to something external to WETHOD (like a document or a todo list).

How to link a contact to a project? Just go to the pipeline and pick a name from the “Client Contact” field’s list (if you are creating a new project ensure to select the ‘Client’ field first):

Intercompany client

If your company is part of a group you can elevate some of your clients from “classical clients” to “intercompany clients”.

To do so you just need to click on the arrow to open the sidebar and assign the Intercompany ID by selecting it from a list containing all the companies which are part of your group.

This is particularly useful when you decide to use a job order category with the “Intercompany supplier” flag enabled.

Suppliers

Find this section in Projects > Wallet > Suppliers

In this section you can view all your suppliers, create new ones or browse by name, email, status or tags.

To add a new supplier:

  1. Click on the top left “New supplier” button and a sidebar will open;
  2. Compile the supplier’s empty fields inside the sidebar;
  3. Assign tags to catalogue the supplier with keywords (i.e. expertise, industry or geography) by selecting them from the list in the field “Tag”. To add tags to the list go to the “Supplier Settings” page or go from the navigation menu to Settings > Company > Suppliers.
  4. Click on the “save” button.

To filter the list with multiple search queries, insert the keywords between commas:

Supplier’s status

It is possible to add a status that determines whether a supplier is eligible for contracts or not. To enable this feature and set your preferences on supplier’s status, head to Settings > Company > Suppliers or learn more from “Supplier Settings”.

Remember: Orders can be sent to suppliers that are eligible for contract only.

Travels

Send travel requests to your travel office and download your reservation/ticket.

Find this section in Projects > Wallet > Travels.

Create, edit and send travel requests

First, head to Setting > Company > Email Bot and insert the email address(es) as recipients for travel requests.

Create a new travel request:

  1. Click button New Request and a sidebar will open.
  1. Insert project name. The job order will be automatically filled by the system.
  2. Insert the main destination for this travel.
  3. If needed, write the purpose of the travel (i.e. meeting with the client).
  4. Choose one or more categories of travel request between train, flight, car, accommodation and other.
  5. Insert the request details
  6. Click Save.
  7. Your request will be added to the list of travel requests.

Edit a travel request:

  1. Open a travel request from the list.
  2. Click Edit from the top right corner of the sidebar.
  3. Edit your travel request.
  4. Click Save.

Based on a specific permission’s set, some roles are able to edit other requests even when already sent.

Create more than one travel request for the same travel category:

  1. Open a travel request from the list or, if you are already in the sidebar, open an existing travel category request.
  2. Hover with the mouse on the name of the travel category, on the top of the sidebar.
  3. Click “+” to create a new travel request for the same travel catgory
  4. Insert details.
  5. Click Save.
  6. Your request will be added to the list of travel requests.

Send a travel request:

  1. Click the button Send.
  2. Choose a recipient for the request. To insert one or more email addresses as recipients head to the setting page.
  3. The recipient will receive an email with a link to your travel request.
  4. Travel request will be pending until the travel office accepts and confirms your request.

Insert costs and upload a reservation for a travel request:

When a travel request has booked, you might attach the reservation file to the travel request.

  1. Head back to the travel request email by searching for the references of the email object (i.e. user name, project name, business unit).
  2. Click the button Take me there.
  3. Open the travel request.
  4. Access to the travel category (i.e. train, flight, accommodation) for further details.
  5. Scroll down to the “Travel Office” section at the bottom.
  6. Insert the cost of travel or accomodation
  7. Specify a payment method (if needed)
  8. Upload reservations or travel tickets.
  9. Repeat steps 5 to 8 for each of the travel categories that has a travel request.
  10. Click Save on the top right corner of the sidebar.
  11. When all the reservations are completed and uploaded, click “Submit reservation”.
  12. An email with the booking confirmation will be sent to the person who made the travel request.

Who made the travel request will receive a booking confirmation email, with the link to download booking and reservation materials.

Download travel bookings and reservations:

If you received a travel booking confirmation email you might be able to download your travel ticket or reservation.

Only circled travel categories (view image below) have reservations or tickets available to download.

Click on the travel category icon and choose the files you want to download.

or

  1. Open the travel request’s details.
  2. Open the category of travel requested.
  3. Scroll down to the bottom and download the attached files.
  4. Have a good journey!

Download a spreadsheet with the list of travel requests:

  1. Click on “Download data”.
  2. Choose if you want to download all data or just a list of requests belonging to a time range.
  3. (Segment) Select the time range you want collect data from.
  4. Click on “Email me”.

Permissions

Based on different permission sets, a specific role can: edit and view requests made by other users in the company. Find these requests in the section Others.

Project Managers will be able to view and edit travel requests made by other users only if linked to projects they are managing.

Permission “edit sent” enables the user to insert costs, edit and reservation files to requests that have been already sent to a travel office.

Due to privacy concerns, it is not possible to download booking and reservation files from requests made by other people.