Head-to-head Comparison: inBuild vs. Procore
For the past two blogs we have compared inBuild to both Buildertrend and CoConstruct. To wrap up this three-part series, this week we will be comparing inBuild to Procore. The true value that inBuild encompasses is its ability to bridge the gap between email and legacy software. Its powerful, smart inbox provides construction professionals with the access to unlock efficiencies via the use of artificial intelligence (AI). The most popular integration with inBuild is the two-way sync with Procore. Teams get the best-in-class project management tools from Procore, along with inBuild’s next generation AI automation. Here is a comparison of the different features between inBuild and Procore:
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The budget feature is a financial management tool that contains all of the projects costs. These costs are broken into divisions and subdivisions by cost code. This allows the team to track costs associated with all the various phases of the project. Both Procore and inBuild utilize this feature. Procore's budget feature provides a construction focused financial outlook, while inBuild is tailored to the back-office teams.
Project Management Tools
Tools for onsite team members include RFIs, Punch Lists, Daily Logs, Photos, and plan set Drawings. This is for boots on the ground individuals who can use the mobile application to track what is happening on the jobsite. Only Procore has this feature. inBuild is a financial management software.
Procore lacks the ability to connect one or multiple email address to a smart inbox like inBuild has. This allows the flow of information to stream into the inBuild software with ease.
inBuild’s integration with Procore enables the reliable project management tools combined with automated AP workflows. Interested in learning more? Request a demo today!