“Procore has grown its operations significantly in the past few years. The company looks to work hand-in-hand with the construction industry to develop solutions to help solve business challenges.” —Constructech editors
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Procore isn’t a story of overnight success, according to CEO Tooey Courtemanche, but it has grown to be a widely used tool, and the company continues to develop new solutions aimed at improving business processes in the construction industry.
Procore was built on three fundamental ideas: listen to the problems of the customers; develop easy-to-use solutions for these problems; and ensure clients are able to use these products immediately.
These fundamental ideas have led the company to experience great success serving the construction industry. Today, the company has more than 800 employees in offices across the globe, and it is a provider of cloud-based applications for construction.
One of the most recent product announcements is Procore Construction OS, which connects people, applications, and devices through a unified platform to help construction companies manage risk and build quality projects. The technology organization has also recently expanded its App Marketplace, creating new partner integrations that provide long-term value for construction companies.
The company motto “Procore is built for you, by you,” means that the technology vendor works closely with its clients and prospects to develop a solution that helps solve the challenges construction teams face every day. And the company even claims that Procore is easier to use than pen and paper, signifying anyone can pick up the app and get started. This type of ease of use is what is needed in the construction industry today to help streamline business processes.
Procore has built its business from the ground up, and in the past few years the company has developed new technology solutions that address the needs of the construction industry—and it has done it all while following that company motto. “Procore is built for you, by you.”