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Unanet has update its applications for both its architecture and engineering and government contracting customers. For the A/E side, Project Central for Web offers detailed project views for which metrics can be customized.

New to the system is Unanet Pay, previously known as invoice delivery and payment facilitation, a function powered by Stripe with customers having the ability to copy/paste payment links. There are enhance project planning functions that update tools for scheduling, budgeting and managing projects featuring enhancements for multiple rate analyses, and ETC and Percent Complete History automation. Moreover, purchasing now has flexible configuration and approvals, support for process automations, and easy-to-use management. GovCon improvements are comprised by four primary enhancements: Contract Management, Project Central Dashboard, Unanet Mobile, and Inventory Management. Contract Management capabilities enable users to record, track and reconcile a contract’s value and funding by modification, aggregate contracts by customer and project type, The Project Central Dashboard is an interactive dashboard in Analytics Studio that provides real-time, integrated project and financial insights with more than 45 different project-based metrics. Unanet Mobile, a native applications, lets users  input time and comments, set push notifications and request leave. Additionally, Inventory Management enables project managers and accountants to view and report on inventory associated with their projects. Unanet Pay is also available to GovCon customers.

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