Info at your fingertips not matter where you are!
May 17, 2019

Info at your fingertips not matter where you are!

Marrico Crum | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 9 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Modules Used

  • Project Management
  • Construction Financials

Overall Satisfaction with Procore

Used for budget analysis, submittals, seeing the scope of work for contracts and purchase orders, scheduling, RFI's, reports, and change orders. The departments using Procore are project managers and some members of financial.
It organizes the company to do all of the above in correlation with each other and allows any other manager the ability to be able to pick up a project if another manager cannot at any given time. It also gives us the ability to see where the project is financially at any given time, tracking submittals and RFI's at a glance.
  • The ability to have anyone pick up the project at any time, as long as the data is being inputted.
  • The "bugging" of expected information from subs, to architects, to engineering.
  • Gives us financial lookie-loos at any point to make game-time decisions.
  • The ability to track change orders per decisions made, and then roll them into the prime contract.
  • Sometimes the cloud goes down and we have no access at all. Fewer outages.
  • Price of service is steep.
  • Could reduce the amount of having to do the same thing too many times to get the same result.
We still use Microsoft Project in conjunction with Procore. It's not really apples to apples, but the scheduling part and tracking parts are similar in their function.
We have benefitted in all aspects. They allow us to communicate everything form the bid budget comments and scope right down to the close out documentations. This is all located in the same location, which makes it easy to get a hold of. That, of course, is if the cloud is up and running and we have access to it.
  • Getting the company set on a standard way of doing things.
  • The ability to look up any piece of info that has been uploaded to the job and any given point.
  • Convincing us of the budget and knowing if the job was worth it by writing custom reports.
  • Gain visibility into projects
  • Ensure information is accessible and up to date
  • Document job site conditions
  • Report on incidents and inspections
  • Identify job site risks
  • Track cost impacts from the field
  • Streamline financial reporting
  • Improve forecast accuracy
  • Simplify employee time tracking
All of the above. I am a superuser here at Morgan Harbour Construction. This allows me to reach out to anyone's project and when they call with a question, even if it is not contraction related, I am able to get them answers while looking at every aspect of the job. This includes everything from the financial end, to the schedule, to the overall performance of each employee.
The videos you have established allow a very very basic understanding of how to do things in Procore. Then the aspect of showing how our company standards and reiterate come into play. I have noticed that most individuals under the age of 30 catch on a lot faster. So by watching the older employees struggle, it shows that it is not as easy as reading a book and getting it. You have to play with Procore before you really get it.
Suited for project management of any type of contract that involves the hiring of services from others to perform the work from my company. Helps with everything from the financials, to the submittals of contracts, to the watching and balancing of the budget to ensure that the project is finished on time, on budget, and most importantly, on schedule.

Procore Feature Ratings

Plan distribution & viewing
Plan markups & sharing
Document sharing
Issue tracking & punchlists
Photo documentation
Jobsite reports
RFI tools
Collaboration & approvals
Mobile app