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ArchiOffice

3 Ratings

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ArchiOffice

Archioffice is only suitable for architect and interior design firms.
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Procore

As a main contractor, Procore is a great for us to manage both upstream and downstream communications. We are able to manage all construction information within the toolset incl. drawings, RFI's, CVI's, Snagging (punch lists), submittals, instructions, photos, observations and a daily log. A benefit not intially noted was from the snagging recording / distributing / closing. Great that we have a single tool for this however we are also able to report on how long our supply chain take to action / close our these snag items - especially important on fast paced office fit-out projects.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Project Management

ArchiOffice
4.7
Procore
Task Management
ArchiOffice
3.2
Procore
Resource Management
ArchiOffice
3.0
Procore
Gantt Charts
ArchiOffice
3.0
Procore
Scheduling
ArchiOffice
3.1
Procore
Workflow Automation
ArchiOffice
4.0
Procore
Team Collaboration
ArchiOffice
3.0
Procore
Support for Agile Methodology
ArchiOffice
4.0
Procore
Support for Waterfall Methodology
ArchiOffice
4.0
Procore
Document Management
ArchiOffice
5.7
Procore
Email integration
ArchiOffice
2.9
Procore
Mobile Access
ArchiOffice
3.9
Procore
Timesheet Tracking
ArchiOffice
8.9
Procore
Change request and Case Management
ArchiOffice
7.0
Procore
Budget and Expense Management
ArchiOffice
9.8
Procore

Professional Services Automation

ArchiOffice
8.5
Procore
Quotes/estimates
ArchiOffice
5.0
Procore
Invoicing
ArchiOffice
9.8
Procore
Project & financial reporting
ArchiOffice
9.8
Procore
Integration with accounting software
ArchiOffice
9.6
Procore

Construction Productivity

ArchiOffice
Procore
8.5
Plan distribution & viewing
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.7
Plan markups & sharing
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.2
Issue tracking & punchlists
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.2
Photo documentation
ArchiOffice
Procore
9.0
Jobsite reports
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.4
Document sharing
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.6
RFI tools
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.8
Collaboration & approvals
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.4
As-built drawings
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.5
Mobile app
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.3

Pros

  • Time tracking because you can account for almost every single minute of your day with detailed descriptions attached. The reporting of time came in very good use when clients questioned billing.
  • Robust billing portal that was pretty customizable.
  • Could track employee costs well once the correct numbers were placed into the system. Came in very handy for billing and company budgeting and projections.
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  • Procore handles activities associated with Project Management the best, in fact I would consider it best in class. It provides a one stop shop to direct and monitor all aspects of a project, regardless of size.
  • Plan dissemination is excellent and it maintains a library of the documents so they are readily available to all stake holders and vendors
  • Project photos is well organized and provides the ability to make comments relative to the picture.
  • The method of how schedules are presented is good. It can provide views as simple and complex as you wish. Good for clients to quick access.
  • The initial dashboard is a good source for "at a glance" status of projects.
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Cons

  • The overall layout and physical design of the portals could be simplified greatly. The program is anything but intuitive to use.
  • I found myself clicking what felt like a 1,000 times just to complete one small task. Billing was very cumbersome and the program did not integrate smoothly with Quickbooks as was previously promised.
  • Saving and making templates for billing etc. was a tedious process that also cost extra!
  • The program is as good as what you put into it, but they designed the software for a more particular one-sided way to work and manage, so it made customizing a project to your companies methods tricky.
  • Overall a very cumbersome program that looks as if it was designed at the start of the millennium and note 16 years into it.
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  • Handling of costs and change orders is cumbersome in my mind. I know from a General Contractor's point of view it is probably okay, but from a high-level project manager/owner's rep perspective...well I struggle with it.
  • Procore is mainly targeted to General Contractors. It would be nice if they had a version that facilities and owner's could use in which maybe some of the features were scaled back and potential reduce cost.
  • From my perspective, "owner's rep"; - product is very expensive. I understand the pricing set up where Procore gets more when the GC has more, but from a CM, such as myself, gets penalized and it is hard to justify the cost. I do not use the product in as much detail as a GC, it is more a platform for my clients to keep track of their projects.
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Likelihood to Renew

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Procore9.1
Based on 23 answers
The entire team is pretty much hooked on Procore. I can't see any possibility of switching to another program. There's nothing else out there that has all that Procore has to offer.
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Usability

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Procore8.9
Based on 22 answers
Procore offers ease of use, great training, winning customer support and constant improvements and upgrades to make the system better.
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Reliability and Availability

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Procore10.0
Based on 3 answers
Procore has great uptime.
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Performance

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Procore8.7
Based on 3 answers
Typically Procore is very fast to use. Occasionally there are hiccups.
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Support

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Procore8.4
Based on 28 answers
Every time I have needed help I get it quickly usually by the online chat.
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In-Person Training

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Procore10.0
Based on 1 answer
Excellent Training, went over the sections we needed most.
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Online Training

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Procore9.3
Based on 3 answers
Good videos for a quick start into Procore.
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Implementation

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Procore7.9
Based on 93 answers
The hardest part about the implementation of Procore was getting all of our subcontractors uploaded into Procore and getting the correct contacts in for bidding. All of this information was with different people throughout our company, so getting it all into Procore and making sure it was correct was quite a challenge and caused the most growing pains for us. It was one of the reasons we had to wait to implement bidding because we couldn’t take the risk of sending out RFPs to people that weren’t correct or weren’t going to use Procore.
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Alternatives Considered

I love Harvest, especially compared to Archioffice. It's very intuitive, simply designed and easy to use. Perhaps the billing isn't as robust or customizable as Archi, but I would take it over Archi any day.
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We used ComputerEase Construction Software for our project management software prior to Procore. In my opinion ComputerEase in not even in the same conversation as Procore. There were so many things that ComputerEase couldn't do that Procore can do. We still use ComputerEase as our accounting software, but we dropped the project management modules and went to Procore.
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Scalability

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Procore9.0
Based on 3 answers
Very easy to scale up or down
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Return on Investment

  • It positively organized our time tracking and the reporting was robust enough to use for client meetings.
  • It negatively took up more time to do certain tasks that shouldn't be so time consuming.
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  • I think the biggest benefit is that information pertaining to a project is in one place from all the stakeholders.
  • In terms of saving paper, there is still a certain amount of printing because the culture surrounding the construction industry on site still points to paper however with the introduction of more mobile devices and better syncing this is slowly changing.
  • Less reliance on emails outside of the system is fantastic so less of an issue worrying about information sitting in someone's inbox.
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Pricing Details

ArchiOffice

General
Free Trial
Yes
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Yes
Entry-level set up fee?
Optional
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Procore

General
Free Trial
Free/Freemium Version
Premium Consulting/Integration Services
Entry-level set up fee?
No
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