Procore is taking its document solution global to improve how the industry collaborates on construction documents across all project stakeholders.
This is often a fragmented and inefficient process with construction teams using multiple disconnected solutions for versioning, markup, and workflow management.
In 2020, 90 million documents were uploaded to the Procore platform. Procore’s new collaborative document management solution, coming soon, will offer a more flexible and configurable approach, making it easier and faster to access and collaborate on documents.
It will provide customers with an integrated markup experience, offer custom approval workflows with granular file level permissions, and provide a solution that helps them meet common data environment (CDE) requirements and ISO compliance standards.
Philip Lambourne, head of design and information management at Henry Boot Construction said: “We use Procore to manage documents on our projects and to digitise our inspections and snagging processes.
“The level of support Procore offered with configuring the platform and its usability was largely the reason behind our decision to select them. The support provided is vital, not only for our internal employees but for all our supply chain partners.”
Tooey Courtemanche, Procore founder and CEO added: “Procore builds software for the people who build the world.
“Our platform enhancements for customizability, security, privacy, storage, and collaborative document management will benefit both existing and new customers as we continue to expand internationally.”