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ArchiOffice

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

Procore is best for general contractors or other traditional construction management. When you rollout Procore, the company needs to be flexible to allow a few changes to workflow and to support training everyone in the technology. Procore also works for program management with the understanding that not all of the tools will be used. Procore wouldn't work in a rigid, hardcopy-only, low-tech culture.
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Feature Rating Comparison

Project Management

ArchiOffice
4.7
Procore
Task Management
ArchiOffice
3.1
Procore
Resource Management
ArchiOffice
3.0
Procore
Gantt Charts
ArchiOffice
3.0
Procore
Scheduling
ArchiOffice
3.0
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
5.8
Procore
Email integration
ArchiOffice
3.0
Procore
Mobile Access
ArchiOffice
4.0
Procore
Timesheet Tracking
ArchiOffice
9.0
Procore
Change request and Case Management
ArchiOffice
7.0
Procore
Budget and Expense Management
ArchiOffice
9.9
Procore

Professional Services Automation

ArchiOffice
8.6
Procore
Quotes/estimates
ArchiOffice
5.0
Procore
Invoicing
ArchiOffice
9.9
Procore
Project & financial reporting
ArchiOffice
9.9
Procore
Integration with accounting software
ArchiOffice
9.8
Procore

Construction Productivity

ArchiOffice
Procore
8.4
Plan distribution & viewing
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.6
Plan markups & sharing
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.0
Issue tracking & punchlists
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.2
Photo documentation
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.8
Jobsite reports
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.4
Document sharing
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.4
RFI tools
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.7
Collaboration & approvals
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.3
As-built drawings
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.5
Mobile app
ArchiOffice
Procore
8.2

Pros

  • ArchiOffice helps me manage my time throughout the work day.
  • ArchiOffice helps me to understand how much time I have allocated to each client and to give me a realistic view on how long each task actually takes.
  • ArchiOffice gives me a breakdown of the time and expenses our company has allocated to each project.
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  • Photos Log. The photo galleries are easy to document progress, incidents, and a continuous before and after sequence. It is like a yearbook for the project and it is gratifying to see all the progress.
  • Directory. The directory is the who's who for all our projects. It helps update information once and have it right on all the projects. Since people can look up the numbers themselves in the field, I spend less time reciting phone numbers.
  • Drawings. I can upload all the drawings in a batch and keep track of revisions for easy admin. In the field, zooming in on a backlit tablet takes care of "can't see it" complaints in poor light conditions and lost reading glasses.
  • Change Orders. Finally, the whole workflow ends up in one place. Email and attachments are in Procore tied to one change order instead of stuck in a remote laptop's email.
  • Locations and QR codes. Existing signage hardly ever matches the original drawings. Creating temporary door signs to match the drawings seemed to help communication and reduce confusion. I couldn't help but add the Procore Location QR codes to the signs since the tech was so cool. Scanning the code with your phone/tablet automatically picks the location to make entering new items into a punch list easier.
  • Updates. Procore has a feature wish list. They are really good about rolling out new features. They also roll out features so service isn't interrupted for a long time or in prime work time. This is why I like cloud-based apps. My software is always current with the newest features for the same price.
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Cons

  • I would like to see more of a scheduling component, to manage projects across our project team.
  • I would like to receive a notification if a project is going over budget.
  • I have to remember to double click to clear a contact, or the contact will be overridden.
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  • ProCore has been very good at rolling out updates. That being said, the Financial reporting still has room for improvement. While it is not full-blown accounting, it has the potential to replace such at the Project Management-level. They have made improvements and will continue to improve, I believe, to make the financial tools better.
  • Success has its downsides, and one potential weak point is that, as more and more users adopt Procore, it can be a challenge for the servers to keep up. It is not uncommon to get Loss of Service messages at peak times (end of the month, end of the year, etc). The outages haven't lasted for extended periods of time (usually an hour or less), but it IS a leap of faith to have Procore and the "cloud" your sole avenue for reaching your critical data.
  • It would be nice to be able to easily modify certain forms. For example, we are a Federal contractor and must use very rigid government forms for simple things like submittals and daily reports. A greater degree of flexibility to modify the output of these forms/reports to meet our specific needs would be great. We have tried to utilize the "custom report/form service" that they offer, but have had mixed results. What we really want is the ability to modify the output how we need it.
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Likelihood to Renew

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Procore9.1
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Because it has been the easiest and most efficient project management tool that we have come across. Not only are the millennial able to use it easily but our veterans are finding that using their app is easier then handwriting in most cases.
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Usability

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Procore8.8
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It is very easy to use and mostly user friendly.
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Reliability and Availability

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Procore10.0
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Procore has great uptime.
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Performance

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Procore8.7
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Typically Procore is very fast to use. Occasionally there are hiccups.
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Support

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Procore8.4
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Best support group in the industry.
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In-Person Training

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Procore10.0
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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
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A lot of the older generations are very skeptical of using Procore at first since they think it would be a waste of time and effort but Procore makes it really easy to understand and use most features. It does not take much software knowledge to do basic tasks like look at drawings, photos, RFI's, etc...
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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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I have not had experience with any other programs like Procore. We were approached with Procore and really though it could help us out. We did not look for any alternative options.
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Scalability

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

  • ArchiOffice helps us manage our day to day time.
  • I would like ArchiOffice to manage future time better with project time projections.
  • ArchiOffice helps us manage our monthly expenses.
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  • We definitely use less paper! Used to relay on paper plans - set after set - many wasted. I now do all my work online.
  • The time I save with organization allows me to put more focus on planning and delivering a quality product. Project owners recognize the difference in our process since switching to Procore. Definitely a win-win.
  • Procore is a sizable investment, I can understand the reluctance to go all-in. There will be some who, getting caught in the hype, imagine Procore as a magic pill to solve all company problems just by signing the check. The people will be among the first to say it was a mistake.
  • Making Procore work requires a great amount of effort, but if there are a few people with vision it should be worth it.
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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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