Understand costing precisionLast updated on 09/08/2022
Unit cost fields support up to 10 digits after the decimal point, allowing you to set more precise costs for your equipment and materials. Enhanced costing precision applies to unit cost fields in office estimates, inventory, accounting, memberships, and Pricebook.
Things to know
Fields that show a cost round to 2 decimal places when displaying the cost. If the full cost requires more than 2 decimal places, you see More next to the field. This indicates that more precise costing is being used. Hover over More to see the full, untruncated cost.
Trailing zeroes are always truncated. For example, if the cost is 45.3400000, you see 45.34 in ServiceTitan.
Only the fields specified in Understand costing precision fields support costing precision. The rest only support 2 decimal places.
If a cost has more than ten digits after the tenth decimal place, the cost is rounded to the tenth digit.
Intacct is able to support up to ten decimals of precision for unit costs. Transactions exported to Intacct will carry the same precision used within ServiceTitan.
QuickBooks Desktop is able to support up to 4 decimals of precision for unit costs. Transactions exported to QuickBooks Desktop will be rounded to 4 decimals if necessary. The original precision will be preserved within ServiceTitan.
Understand costing precision fields
In the tables below you can find the fields that support costing precision.
Material items cost
Pricebook material items
Pricebook equipment items
Pricebook Export equipment items
Pricebook Export material items
Important note: Some features may not be currently included in your account and additional configuration may be required. Please contact technical support for details.