CR Auto Scheduler® and CR Auto Scheduler® ME consider the payment source when scheduling jobs because the payment source can have a significant impact upon the flow of the job through a facility. Jobs that have different payment sources may be expected to have vastly different supplement levels. A collision center may have an agreement with a fleet that limits the number of supplements. They may schedule repairs on vehicles for which an insurance company encourages customers to have the initial estimate written by a claim center. They may have DRP relationships with other insurance companies that allow the collision center to write their own estimate. The relationship between the collision center and the payment source can impact the magnitude of the expected supplement. By taking into account these differences in the expected supplement, CR Auto Scheduler® and CR Auto Scheduler® ME can more effectively schedule repairs. Similarly, work from different payment sources can have vastly different cycle times, even when the repairs are nearly identical. A collision center may be able to continue on a repair until completion without interruption on DRP jobs. The same collision center may have to wait several days for an adjuster to come to the shop to authorize the repairs on a non-DRP job. The differences in the cycle times must be considered at the time of scheduling if the work-in-process for the collision center is to be controlled. By taking into account these differences in the cycle times, CR Auto Scheduler® and CR Auto Scheduler® ME can more effectively schedule repairs.