Whip your WIP report into shape
Abstract: If a construction company’s profitability is lagging or its surety seems a bit more hesitant than usual, there may be a number of things in need of doing. But one of the simplest is a reassessment of the business’s work-in-progress (WIP) report. The breadth of detail and accuracy of data in these critical documents can often suffer over time. This article shows how to make sure a WIP report is sufficiently comprehensive and includes all revenues and costs for each current and upcoming contract.