Overall Satisfaction with Procore
Procore is being used primarily for document control and time keeping by our A&E division. It addresses the historical problem of not having everything consolidated in one place.
- So many tools, functions and capabilities
- We need more flexibility with workflow with clients and folks that don't have Procore of their own (specifically regarding permission access and restrictions)
- We need different/better ways to report data for our programs, not just projects. We have many projects under a couple of program, and we want them all consolidated and reporting out of the program. Currently, we can only report from individual projects.
- We need more flexibility with the RFI tool. We need the RFI tool to communicate two ways with the client and with internal employees, but it is currently a cumbersome and "chunky" tool if there are MANY RFI's going back and forth. We want an RFI tool that keeps all RFI's consolidated in one place, like a running list with dates and responses.
- Would like to be able to created a schedule in MS Project format in Procore.
We have benefited from this because our teams are located around the world.
- Gain visibility into projects
- Ensure information is accessible and up to date
- Streamline financial reporting
- Simplify employee time tracking
We are still working on streamlining financial reporting, because that is a big goal for us, but otherwise Procore has helped us improve time tracking for employees, and has consolidated all documents in to one place.
Change is hard for everyone. We have had Procore for almost a year and have barely scratched the surface of its functions and capabilities. Perhaps the implementation team should touch base with clients at a 6-month and 1-year mark to see how far the company has gotten in implementing the tools that they had hoped?