UniPhi's phasing algorithm allows you, at the press of a button, to know and actually see with a high degree of certainty the expected rate at which their project will draw down on their funds or earn their value. The output is an s-curve profile that is phased according to the earned value profile of your closed projects.
Cash Flow Adjustments of Time is used when there are date changes that impact the commencement, or which occur during the construction phase of your project. As its name suggests, this feature allows you to push out, or draw back the phased cash flow for your projects. Key here is the cash flow profile stays the same, just its start and end date change.
In the example below a project has been cash flow phased, with drawn downs commencing in July.
Let's then assume the project is delayed by three months..
Click your budget autophase button, and select the "Adjust Start" phasing method.
Enter the 3 months that the project is being delayed by.
UniPhi has now shifted the cash flow profile forward by three months - now commencing in October.
Note, the same process is used to bring a project forward, but in that case you would use a negative number in the adjust start Months field.
This section includes details of specific features and enhancements which are available in the current version of UniPhi.
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