Top 3 Construction Project Document Management Software

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Construction industry is expected to see a massive growth by the year of 2020. With the construction industry booming, the requirements of skilled professionals will increase and with that relying on document management software (DMS) for their works is expected to grow steadily.

Construction DMS is an integrated tool that provides secure and centralized document management system. It offers real time collaboration of the team members and generates reports. Assigning tasks to adding mark-ups in construction documents is easy. The construction project document software maximizes resource efficiency and develops communication.

Let’s check out the top 3 project document management software for AEC professionals.

WorkFlowMax

WorkflowMax is a project management and construction system software is designed to cater all the business management needs which includes quote creation, project tracking, job costing, documentation, maintaining timesheets, reporting, invoicing, job monitoring, and all other aspects of project management. Users can store, share and manage documents as WorkflowMax provides a seamless integration through third party document management tools like Box, Freshdesk, DropBox including that of Xero Accounting software. WorkflowMax’s job costing shows all expenses, including all invoices and costing information in a single space so it’s easy to track for a project manager. This project management tool works well with companies from across different industries. The software offers a 14 days free trial.

SKYSITE

SKYSITE is a cloud-based content management software that provides construction companies real time updates on the go. With the software, construction drawings and documents can be edited, accessed and managed. All documents are accessible anytime, anywhere using any device with sync feature. The application helps in maintaining streamlined communication and also documentation process. The intuitive interface lets a user assign or reassign RFIs, punchlists, manage photos. Documents can be found easily using auto hyperlink feature. Right from document sharing of all phases including facilities information, editing to managing, all communications can be archived. Revision history can be tracked to avoid miscommunications in team. SKYSITE includes a powerful content search function to find documents with just a few clicks so that right form bid packages to important data, reports including field mark-ups can be shared and accessed within the team and outside. Sign up process is simple and free for 30 days.

Procore

Procore is also a cloud-based construction management software application that helps the industry professionals to boost the project efficiency and employee accountability by providing streamlined project communication. A centralized repository of documents can be maintained. Users are able to manage their project related documents from any mobile device, tablet, laptop, or desktop having web access. Users can collaborate on projects and access documents that include RFIs, submittals, contracts, drawings and schedules. AEC professionals can edit and share project related data from the job site while facility owners can also keep a track of the progress of each project. Any sort of field communications including drawings and documents can be maintained. Procore operates under the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) model that helps project managers and general contractors to buy the software on a subscription basis.

Many companies have still not adopted the cloud based construction document management software . It provides extra edge to the AEC professionals who are stuck in the paper trail. It is expected that the outlook will change in the coming years steadily. Procore provides a free demo.

Jenny Astor

Jenny Astor

Jenny Astor has a Masters in English literature. Having a passion in writing, she has written a good number of articles, blogs and is currently writing informative articles on construction management.

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