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FullClarity extends NetSuite to deliver a fully integrated construction management solution

Our Solution

Utilize native NetSuite for an end-to-end solution

FullClarity’s Construction for NetSuite SuiteApps are native solutions supported by the global Oracle NetSuite network to ensure security, scalability, performance and support from the world’s largest cloud provider.

From initial lead, to job costing, contract control, scheduling, site management, contractor and vendor management, variations and invoices and post construction maintenance.

Keep expenses and projects in line with job costing, project tracking, project estimating, material take-off, time and materials billing, bid management, and purchasing.

Collaborate real-time to access and upload project contacts, plans, drawings, and photos from any location. Improve project management with punch lists created in the field allowing efficient walkthroughs and inspections.

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Job Costing

Standard processes to build cost models for executing job-based work

Timeline

Coordinate the execution of project tasks, resource allocation and time tracking

Change Orders

Manage Change Orders and Variations from estimating cost through approval to invoicing

Flexibility

Configure the system to work with your existing working templates and approach

Manage your entire construction business in one place

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About FullClarity

What Is It?

FullClarity is a construction management module for Oracle NetSuite. Designed in partnership with builders, it includes:

  • Job Costing
  • Change Orders
  • Bill of Quantities
  • Quote & Bid Requests
  • Customizable Cost Centers
  • Project Gantt
  • Vendor Contract Management
  • Work-In-Progress
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