The Deliverables report

This report lists all deliverables that have ever been created in VOGSY.

Column descriptions

Project

The name of the project that contains the deliverable.

Project number

The ID number of the project that contains the deliverable.

Project managers

The manager(s) assigned to the project that contains the deliverable.

Customer

The organization for which the deliverable’s project was created.

Start date

The date on which work is expected to begin on the deliverable.

Finish date

The date on which work is expected to be completed on the deliverable.

Team members

The names of the employees who are assigned to the deliverable’s project team.

Deliverable

The name of the deliverable.

Revenue type

Revenue types are used for reporting the revenue (and costs) of the different kinds of services you deliver from projects.

Department

The department within your company that is responsible for the deliverable’s project.

Opportunity

The opportunity from which the deliverable’s project was generated.

Status project

The current status of the deliverable’s project.

Last status change

The date that the project’s status was updated to its current status.

Invoicing type

The invoicing method used for obtaining payment from the customer for the deliverable.

Cap on hours

Indicates whether a cap has been set on the deliverable. The cap allows a set amount of hours to be allocated to the deliverable, and no more. This helps to prevent over-billing the customer. See Create a deliverable for more information.

Cap amount

The maximum amount of hours that can be allocated to the deliverable, due to the fact that a cap was placed on the deliverable.

Order value

The deliverable’s revenue.

Discount percentage

The percentage amount of the discount, if any.

Discount amount

The amount of the discount, if any, for completing the deliverable.

Surcharge percentage

The percentage amount of the surcharge, if any, for completing the deliverable.

Surcharge amount

The percentage amount of the surcharge, if any, for completing the deliverable.

Amount invoiced

The dollar amount that has been invoiced to the customer for the deliverable.

Amount to be invoiced

The dollar amount that still needs to be invoiced to the customer for the deliverable.

Amount calculated

The dollar amount budgeted for the completion of the deliverable.

Amount spent in Sales Rates

This is the total value of the sales that was tracked through expense claims that were invoiced to the customer. When tracking an expense for a Time & Materials project, you can specify a sales amount that will be invoiced to the customer via the associated project.

Amount spent in Cost Rates

The total amount of the expense claims that are associated with the deliverable.

Amount in draft

The value of the hours that are in state 'Draft'. This value is determined by the number of hours x the calculated sales rate

Amount planned

The portion of the budgeted amount that has been assigned to activities and costs for the completion of the project.

Amount to plan

The portion of the budgeted amount that still needs to be assigned to activities and costs for the completion of the project.

Hours calculated

The number of hours estimated for the completion of the project.

Hours allocated

The number of hours assigned to employees for the completion of the project.

Hours spent

The number of actual hours used to complete the project.

Hours in draft

The number of hours that are in Draft status.

Hours planned

The number of hours that have been assigned to activities for the completion of the project.

Hours to plan

The number of hours remaining from the Hours calculated that need to be assigned to activities.

Provision profit

The amount of provision that was inserted in the back office for an expected profit. Only applies to Fixed Price deliverables.

Provision cost

The amount of provision that was inserted in the back office for an expected loss. Only applies to Fixed Price deliverables.

% schedule

Indicates how much time remains to complete the deliverable, based on its start and end dates.

% budget

Indicates how much of the deliverable’s budget has been used.

% margin

The percentage value of the actual amount that should remain after subtracting the actual costs for completing the project.

% completion

The percentage of completion determines the actual sales. When the deliverable has a completion percentage of 75%, the actual sales will be 75% of the total amount of the invoice schedule.