Procore Launches Zoom Video Communications Integration to Enhance Construction Collaboration

Procore, Zoom Video Communications Integratio, Construction Collaboration
Procore Launches Zoom Video Communications Integration to Enhance Construction Collaboration

Procore Technologies, Inc., a leading provider of construction management software, announced an integration with Zoom Video Communications, Inc., a top video-first unified communications platform. The integration brings the Zoom technology directly into the Procore platform, allowing Procore users to quickly create video conference calls that can accommodate everyone on a project. The Procore and Zoom integration give construction teams the ability to communicate and collaborate effectively while working remotely.

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The construction industry has a mobile and decentralized workforce, with projects requiring collaboration across multiple stakeholders, many of whom are only occasionally on a project’s job site. Procore’s integration with Zoom helps improve project collaboration by providing easy access to the industry-leading video communications platform.

“Our mission is to connect everyone in construction on a global platform. In times like these, we see the power that technology can have to keep construction project teams connected and moving forward,” said Tooey Courtemanche, CEO of Procore. “We know that it is essential to move quickly in order to meet the demands of our users, and our partnership with Zoom is another way Procore is supporting the construction industry during this challenging time.”

Many construction professionals are adjusting to the evolving COVID-19 landscape by practicing social distancing, having office staff work remotely, and hosting daily check-ins. Using Zoom allows project teams to visually share documents, discuss health-related updates and best practices, check-in regularly with large or small groups, and even allows project managers and project engineers to view what field teams are seeing in real-time through video conferencing.

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“We see a growing need for simplified business communications for on-site and remote teams. We believe that the integration with Procore will strengthen construction professionals’ ability to be productive, regardless of their location, by streamlining communication across teams,” said Eric Yuan, Founder, and CEO of Zoom.

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