Procore Review
December 03, 2019

Procore Review

Anonymous | TrustRadius Reviewer
Score 8 out of 10
Vetted Review
Verified User

Modules Used

  • Project Management
  • Construction Financials

Overall Satisfaction with Procore

We use Procore for our project managers and financial admins. Some of our on site employees use it and others do not. It helps us keep track of current jobs, drawings, contracts, change orders, and pay applications.

Pros

  • Makes AIA applications simple.
  • Allows for G.C. to invite their subs to use it as a one stop shop for the project.

Cons

  • Procore needs more direction on how to fix mistakes. I have seen employees be able to enter the information fine, but if there is an issue that the employee needs to back track through, Procore does not make it easy to figure out.
  • Increased efficiency because everyone can access all the information for the job in one spot.
Procore's standard is a web-based program so you can use it anywhere at any time. Foundation is connected to a server and requires extra steps to access. I am currently using Procore because it is the required program at my company.
  • Ensure information is accessible and up to date
  • Document job site conditions
  • Track cost impacts from the field
  • Simplify employee time tracking
I definitely think Procore is a great program but it is expensive. It is definitely geared more to a general contractor and less of a subcontractor. I am currently using it at a subcontractor level and for our larger projects, Procore really helps keep the job organized. With smaller projects though, Procore does not have many advantages over a less expensive/smaller project management system.

Procore Feature Ratings

Plan distribution & viewing
5
Plan markups & sharing
8
Document sharing
Not Rated
Issue tracking & punchlists
Not Rated
Photo documentation
9
Jobsite reports
Not Rated
RFI tools
10
Collaboration & approvals
8
Mobile app
6

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