The heart of any construction project is the data. It gives insights into project operations and financials. It is the lifeblood for ensuring projects are complete on time and on budget. Technology companies recognize this and continue to create partnerships that will help contractors tap into that data.
Procore Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based applications for construction, today announced that McCarthy Holdings, Inc., the oldest national privately held construction company in the country, has chosen Procore as its construction software platform.
Craig “Tooey” Courtemanche, cofounder and CEO, Procore, www.procore.com, Carpinteria, Calif., recently sat down with Constructech to discuss the importance of third-party integrations.
Procore Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of cloud-based applications for construction, today announced the opening of their first APAC office, which will be located in Sydney's CBD.
Whether it be partnerships, joint efforts, or other collaborative deals, the construction industry has realized that investments in new avenues have become vital to maintaining momentum on projects and driving new innovations.
Procore, the leader in cloud-based construction management software, today announced the addition of more than 25 new partner integrations to the App Marketplace.
Technology is changing rapidly in the construction industry—and Procore recognizes this. Today, the needs of the project manager are so great, and the technology for the jobsite is changing so rapidly. Procore has been answering this need since 2003, and continues to evolve that technology as the market changes.
Procore, the leader in cloud-based construction management software, today announced the appointment of Perry Wallack, co-founder of Cornerstone OnDemand (NASDAQ: CSOD), to its board of directors. Wallack, who recently retired from his role as Cornerstone's chief financial officer, held the position for over 16 years since the company's inception in 1999. Wallack also serves on the boards of TigerText and Kareo.
Storing and accessing project data in the cloud can lead to better operations. One example of this comes from Mortenson Construction, www.mortenson.com, Chicago, Ill.
Having access to realtime data is key for any construction company—and in some cases can even improve the ‘health’ of a business.