Phase Table

List of Fields in the Table

A job can be divided into three levels of activity: phases, tasks and steps. There are no limitations to the number of activities. You do not have to use all three kinds of activities for every job. They are meant to provide flexibility whenever needed.

Activities do not depend on each other or on a particular job. For example, a phase called Planning can be used in all jobs that involve planning. The same activities can therefore be compared across several different jobs.

The use of activities provides you with detailed information about jobs. On each line in a job journal, sales invoice or purchase invoice, you can see the phases, tasks and steps that have been budgeted for the particular job.




The major activities in a job.


The sub-activities in a phase.


The activities in a task