ProContractor Reviews

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April 24, 2020
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 7 out of 10
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ProContractor is a great fit if you are looking to make the jump to an ERP (accounting) system that offers a higher level of complexity and controls than what QuickBooks or Xero have to offer. However, some of those increased features of accounting controls, vendor compliance management, project contracting and documentation, come at the cost of lost integrations. ProContractor is completely siloed and does not openly communicate with other platforms (project management, bank accounts, etc).
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February 11, 2020
Ben Morey | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 3 out of 10
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ViewPoint ProContractor provides lots of options and seems to have the ability to handle most tasks required for the accounting department as well as for project managers. Overall the system is cumbersome and a lot of time can be lost trying to work through the software and find areas/options that are needed. Limited in handling unexpected changes though this is probably by design but does not suit our needs as a site contractor with ever changing needs. While they do respond to comments and add new features the process is slow.
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January 09, 2020
Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 3 out of 10
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I think it might work for smaller contractors that have less stringent management requirements, policies, and procedures. To get buy-in from project managers to use, it would need to be a little bit more user-friendly, but if your biggest concern was project accounting, this is a great tool. Smaller projects often have lower levels of RFI and submittal requirements, fewer subcontractors and commitments, etc. meaning that where this software is weaker, they will have less use for it anyway.
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Feature Scorecard Summary

Workflow for transfers, promotions, pay raises, etc. (1)
5
Organization and location management (1)
5
Pay calculation (1)
8
Off-cycle/On-Demand payment (1)
5
Benefit plan administration (1)
5
Direct deposit files (1)
9
Salary revision and increment management (1)
9
Reimbursement management (1)
9
Tracking of all physical assets (1)
5
Dashboards (1)
3
Standard reports (1)
8
Custom reports (1)
3
Data exportability (1)
1
Plan distribution & viewing (1)
4
Plan markups & sharing (1)
4
Issue tracking & punchlists (2)
3.9
Photo documentation (2)
2.6
Jobsite reports (2)
3.6
Document sharing (2)
2.9
RFI tools (2)
3.6
Collaboration & approvals (1)
1
As-built drawings (1)
1
Mobile app (2)
3.4
Submittal design and management (2)
2.7
Change orders (1)
7
Takeoff tools (1)
8
Job costing (2)
7.0
Cost databases (2)
7.0
Cost calculator (1)
9
Bid creation (1)
9

What is ProContractor?

Categories:  Construction

ProContractor Technical Details

Operating Systems: Unspecified
Mobile Application:No