Growth means change. It means looking for ways to handle more work while staying lean. It means finding a way to give different teams access to the same information at the same time. The more you grow, the more your success depends on seamless collaboration. It's what makes Procore's unlimited user model so unique. "The workflows in Procore make it such that one person can handle a lot more than they could before. It's allowed us to run projects a lot leaner than we have in the past." Matt Gore, Project Manager | Scott Construction
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Procore has long been passionate about the evolution of Building Information Modeling (BIM) and the benefits of Virtual Design and Construction (VDC), and the company believes these best practices will continue to grow as a standard in the industry.
Updates have been released to the Sage and Procore Integrations announced in June 2018, making them better equipped to serve users across the construction industry. With enhancements to the Sage 300 CRE integration and launch of the Sage 100 integrations, Procore is able to offer something to every construction professional, regardless of your size or trade. Improving upon these two Sage integrations has been another step toward providing tools that work for professionals throughout the industry, streamlining their jobs and simplifying the workflow.
Multivista, a provider of documentation and software services for the construction industry, has entered a partnership with Procore, a provider of cloud-based apps for construction. Through an advanced integration, users of both services can immediately attach and reference Multivista-captured visual data to perform critical project functions within Procore.
Canada is a growing market for construction software, and a leading company in that sector, Procore, is taking advantage by opening offices in two Canadian cities.
Most large construction projects have traditionally been managed through simple approaches – pen and paper notes, spreadsheets, and other easy to use systems. While these systems are accessible to managers, supervisors and others of all skill levels, today’s projects tend to require far more than just an Excel spreadsheet.