Builders Accounting Software

Why do your need Builders Accounting Software?

You're a Builder first, and an accountant second and that's why you need Muli the Builders Accounting Software.

Muli was developed by current Managing Director Ronald Skeoch, a pioneer of construction accounting in Australia with 10 years construction experience with Bovis Lend Lease / Civil & Civic working on major projects such as Sydney’s MLC Centre, Tooheys Redevelopment in Auburn and the OTC facility in Paddington.
 
Some other advantages that distinguish Muli;
 
AFFORDABILITY
Muli aims to help business who've outgrown their small business accounting. You can request a quote to see how Muli offers its powerful accrual accounting package at an entry level price more builders can afford, with options to upscale. You can read more about how Muli's 'Ngipi'(Entree)is more affordable here.
 
SERVICE 
Like many construction companies across Australia, service can be as important as materials and labour. Muli will always remain competitive through our intimate understanding of the construction industry and fast turn around support which is all Australian based. We've heard Muli is quick to learn due to the intuitive nature of the software being designed by a former builder.
 
Again you are not an accountant or an I.T. professional, however you want to appreciate the difference between construction accounting systems . Muli offers a secure hosted linux Server solution, so you don't need to set up a server in your office, nor pay I.T. contractors to have it maintained. What does Linux mean for the builder? Being open source, Linux is arguably more flexible to your needs and changes in the industry. Muli spend half a million dollars annually on software development to adapt to changes and improve on feedback from our clients
 
Similar to Apple's AppStore/Google Play, Linux allows the IT experts in the general public to develop, change and create their own Linux programs. Linux has afforded director Ronald Skeoch and the Muli I.T.  development team significant flexibility to better solve accounting challenges unique to the construction industry. You can read more about Muli's involvement in the IT industry here.
 
 
Sure – it's fully integrated so you have no worries that the retention data is visible in both the project management and accounts payable. But the emphasis is on managing your building project data properly first and then your accounting reports will flow from that.
 
We do it this way because Muli wants to keep you in business – we want to help your grow your business or at least take on more work without increasing your back-office staff. 
 
What's the point in making your main focus historical data – in the building industry, it doesn't make sense because it's too late. You have got to remain focused on your current jobs and make sure you are managing them in the best manner – to protect your liquidity and long term profitability.
 
As a builder you want to make sure that your builders accounting software can handle;
  • Retentions for subcontractors
  • Variations in scope of works
  • Contracts – both Lump Sum and Cost Plus
  • Payroll involving Rostered Days Off and industry allowances
  • Security of Payments Act compliance
  • Risk management would be handy 
  • and of the biggest need of all in Builders Software – a powerful Project Review so you know exactly where you stand with your building project – are you financing it or is the client? What's the real cost to complete?

 Muli was designed as builders accounting software from the point of view of the Builder. The accounting flows from the Building Administration processes.

Designed by a builder for Builders, Builders Accounting Software has a name – it's called Muli!