Support for multiple time units on a single price list
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Project Service supports pricing resource time. Users may choose to set up prices in hours, days, or any other unit of time. One current limitation is that the unit of time is decided on the header of the price list, and can't be changed on individual price setup lines for resource time.
With this update, each price list will allow you to specify prices for multiple time units. This is particularly useful for companies that operate across geographies with different labor laws and practices.
For example: When expressing rates for a “working day,” each division of a multi-national project service company might have its own definition of a working day. Its India division might work 8-hour days, while its Scotland division might work 7.5-hour days. With this feature, companies will be able to set up prices per day using the day unit that is specific to each division.