Procore provides free access to its software to support COVID-19 construction projects
April 2, 2020 By Procore
Procore Technologies announced it is providing current customers access to the Procore platform and customer support for their work on COVID-19 emergency relief construction projects at no additional cost. This offer is expected to accelerate the construction of COVID-19-related emergency relief facilities.
The construction industry is playing a critical role in response to the COVID-19 pandemic by supporting the growing need for additional healthcare and manufacturing facilities. Current Procore customers working on qualifying COVID-19 emergency relief projects are eligible for additional Procore platform access and support, which can be run through their existing Procore account, at no additional cost.
“We’re seeing the construction industry step up to deliver on the growing need for healthcare and manufacturing facilities as a result of COVID-19. For example, many spaces are being converted into temporary hospitals and quarantine facilities, while factories are being retrofitted to produce life-saving equipment like ventilators and masks,” said Tooey Courtemanche, CEO of Procore. “We don’t want cost concerns to slow down the important work our customers are doing in response to this pandemic. In order to accelerate their work, Procore is providing current customers with an aggregate of up to $5 billion of total construction volume for use on their qualifying COVID-19 emergency relief projects running on the Procore platform at no additional cost to them.”
Procore customers can visit the website to learn more about this program and to submit their COVID-19 emergency relief project for consideration.
The Procore construction platform connects entire project teams, from the office to the field and across companies, providing one place to work together to do what they do best – build. Procore helps customers increase productivity and efficiency, reduce rework and costly delays, improve safety and compliance, and have more financial transparency and accountability.
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