Procore launches app management metrics to give insight into third-party usage
Procore Technologies has launched App Management Metrics, a new feature that provides customers with a deeper, more comprehensive understanding of their third-party application usage on the Procore platform.
More than 40 percent of Procore customers use two or more integrations. Providing a clear understanding of how these applications are being used will allow customers to make more informed decisions. App Management Metrics gives Procore admins the ability to maximize their technology investments by understanding how often, on which projects, and by whom third-party applications are being used.
"We rely on a number of applications that integrate with the Procore platform, and now Procore has given us the ability to easily and intuitively see how those applications are being utilized across our various projects," said Denise Balzer from Robins & Morton. "The release of App Management Metrics brings the tool full circle. The additional metrics gives us a next step advantage to see who our power users are, and use this information to make more informed decisions regarding our tech stack management."
The Procore platform provides one place for project teams to work together with an integrated set of construction applications that are mobile-ready for the field. Customers can connect Procore tools and partner applications for a complete solution that streamlines communications, data, and workflows across the project lifecycle.
"No one technology is going to solve it all, and that's why we've built Procore on an open, flexible, and extensible platform," said Kris Lengieza, Senior Director, Business Development at Procore. "Procore's platform allows you to connect your software solutions on one core system that you can build upon. Partners are not just integrated with the Procore platform. They become part of the workflow, allowing all data to be integrated into Procore."
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