Corecon upgrades project team portal

US-based Corecon Technologies has continued upgrading its cloud-based construction estimating, project management and job cost software suite.

Corecon logoCalifornia, US-based construction software-as-a-service (SaaS) provider Corecon Technologies has completely rebuilt its TeamLink Portal for use with its cloud-based construction estimating, project management and job cost software suite. For Corecon subscribers, the portal connects internal and external project team members by providing secure, real-time access to project information. Corecon says this 2021 release is part of Corecon’s phased platform change to Angular.

President Norman Wendl says:

“With this latest update, we are rounding the corner on completing major upgrades to Corecon that give subscribers even more functionality to win bids, manage projects and collaborate more closely with the project team. A distinctive offering for Corecon subscribers, our TeamLink Portal now makes it easier than ever before to streamline project management, harness important information and create lasting relationships that lead to future work for all project stakeholders.”

The updated portal improves the user interface (UI), and simplifies navigation for external team members not familiar with the software. Corecon says it other enhancements help deliver reliable information more efficiently across the project team, including:

  • a new Allowance feature for client selections
  • ability to view Daily Logs when permission is granted by the portal administrator
  • ability for subcontractors to create pending subcontractor invoices

Corecon graphicTeamLink Portal supports all browsers. Once an internal or external team member logs in to the solution, navigation and access to all phases of the project is quick, easy and secure. Team members can access, respond to and store project information. And the portal delivers value after project completion. All documentation through the life of the project is stored on the portal, so the building owner can download final project documentation such as product manuals and as-built drawings.

Corecon’s cloud-based construction software provides business development, estimating, document control, contract administration, job cost control, scheduling and collaboration functionality, as well as integrations with popular generic business accounting systems including Intuit QuickBooks, Sage 50, SAP Business One or Xero.

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