Thanks for the submission.
Seeing the total cost is indeed not the solution. Maybe it's easier to explain if I explain the situation:
Organisation needs to have the implementation of a bunch of new tools to replace old equipment.
Organisation depends on several internal and external parties to have the work done:
* Project manager (internal)
* 2 different technical profiles (internal)
* 3 Technical profiles a service provider.
* 3 Techncial profiles freelance or 3th party.
Bossman from Organisation asks: I need to create purchase orders order for each party for the following month. So Mr Project Manager provide me a list of the resources by each month and the amount of work they need to do (in hours or days) in that month so I can create the PO's.
For the past months provide me with the actual planned hours so Mr Bossman can compare with the timesheets to see if they are valid.
As it is a project that has external dependencies it will most likely change month by month.
SO, the easiest would be to have an export that looks like the resource chart where the % has been replaced by hours or days.