Time-driven Activity-Based Costing

Make activities more efficient and effective

Directly influence unit costs and profits

Every organization has activities that can be identified, measured and thus improved for better business performance. Using time-per-activity standards as a cost driver to products is not only an obvious method but also one that opens up the way to variance analysis and process improvement detection. Making activities more efficient and effective has a direct impact on unit costs and profits. 

Maria Roat

“CostPerform allows us to comply with OMB directives, and gives us the flexibility and information we need to optimize IT spending across the agency.”

Maria Roat,  SBA Chief Information Officer

The Office of Management and Budget (OMB) is encouraging agencies to adopt Technology Business Management (TBM) strategies by 2022. While some agencies are just beginning to take tentative steps to initiate TBM projects, the Small Business Administration (SBA) is a shining example of one farther along in its implementation and sustainment journey. 

Most important
Time-driven Activity-Based Costing features

Cost accounting methods

Create activity-based budgeting, forecasting and simulations 

Optimize your profit

Using CostPerform’s building block principle can lead to tremendous insights

Find differences

Create true cause and effect relationships between products and costs 

Gain insights
To understand and visualize the metrics that are important for your business
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