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Procore’s 2022 Customer Return On Invest (ROI) Report

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Procore has released the results of its 2022 Customer Return On Invest (ROI) report, which explores how the company is helping its global customers – including Canadians – tackle some of the industry's biggest challenges including sustainability, safety and the labour shortage. Highlights of the report include:

  • Building Scalable Businesses: Globally, respondents said using Procore enables project teams to manage 48 per cent more construction volume per person, on average; Canadians cited 50 per cent more volume per person.
  • Reduced Rework: 75 per cent of global respondents agree Procore has helped reduce the amount of rework taking place on their projects; in Canada, 73 per cent agree Procore has helped reduce rework – leading to less carbon waste, more efficiency, and delivering more projects on-time and on-budget.
  • Improved Efficiency: Customer respondents globally reported saving an average of 15 days on the overall schedule on a typical project. Canadian respondents reported a savings of 17 days.

In addition, Canadian respondents said by using Procore:

  • They resolve punch list items 57 per cent faster
  • They can process and distribute RFIs nine days faster
  • They estimate saving 43 per cent of their construction costs
  • 91 per cent of Canadian respondents agree Procore improves their field-to-office communication
  • 84 per cent of Canadian respondents agree Procore improves their field crews' ability to document and communicate site issues

“If we didn't have Procore, we wouldn't be able to handle the many projects we have in our pipeline. Procore removes the tedious time-wasters like filling out reports and spreadsheets, giving us time to do other things, like going after more work.” –Marc Vicano, Project Manager, Vicano, General Contractor (Ontario)

“We discussed what the best project management software would be. We both decided to go with Procore because it had the most comprehensive usage from Financials to Quality and Safety to Project Management. It was a whole package deal–everything was interconnected and everything made sense. You could connect your RFIs directly to your drawing, your trades could look at it right then and there and give an instant response, and everything was tied into the budget. That was huge.”
–Connor Early, Project Coordinator, Clark Construction Management, General Contractor (Ontario)

The report can be downloaded here.

The press release can be found here.

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