Corecon’s reporting upgrade includes new data views and APIs offering access to information across its cloud-based construction estimating, project management and job cost suite.
California-based Corecon Technologies has announced a major upgrade to the reporting capabilities within its cloud-based construction estimating, project management and job cost software suite. Developed to capture information from all aspects of a construction project’s lifecycle, Corecon’s reporting upgrade includes new data views and APIs offering access to information across the entire system.
Additionally, new reporting and business intelligence (BI) engines provide enterprise grade reporting capabilities that are all accessible via the cloud and no additional software is required. The new BI Dashboards offer an executive overview of project financials, helping to maintain budgets and maximize the project’s profitability. Corecon Technologies president Norman Wendl says:
“Our new data views, Log Reports and BI Dashboards took 16 months to build, resulting in an economical, yet scalable enterprise-grade solution. The new reporting and BI engine will provide contractors with a competitive advantage when presenting information to internal or external team members, giving them the necessary tools to track every financial aspect of a project in real time.”
- Corecon Detail Reports: Corecon now offers 194 different Detail Reports templates that are based on Microsoft Word templates.
- Corecon Log Reports: Corecon’s new reporting engine enables 160 new data views for standard and custom log reports.
- Business Intelligence (BI) Summary Dashboards – 36 new standard BI Dashboards summarize and compare transactions, giving users a distinct view of project financials and budget comparisons.
Update (12 January 2022) – Corecon also has a new integration with DocuSign eSignature for use within the Corecon software suite. The DocuSign eSignature integration can be turned on or off for estimate proposals, client contracts, changes, invoices and all procurement-related transactions. Wendl says: “this process is more secure than traditional paper and delivery methods, and all documentation is stored and retrievable within the Corecon platform.” The integration is free and available immediately for all Corecon subscribers.