Norman Wendl is the president of Corecon Technologies.
The Corecon Mobile App for iOS and Android was built specifically for jobsite workers to use in conjunction with Corecon V7, a cloud based estimating, project management and job cost construction software suite.
Designed for small to midsize engineering and construction firms to better manage new business opportunities and current projects, Corecon V7 and the Corecon Mobile App helps built environment specialists with different roles and responsibilities collaborate more effectively whether they are at the office or jobsite.
With functions for all aspects of a construction business, these solutions, used in tandem, provide capabilities to maximize profitability and help all departments work more efficiently. The app was designed specifically for contractors, subcontractors, homebuilders, remodelers, developers and engineering and professional service firms who use Corecon V7 software.
How do I get it? The app is available for use on iOS and Android operating platforms, and it can be downloaded in the iTunes App Store or Google Play Store. The app requires a login to Corecon v7 in order to use it.
How does it work? After downloading the Corecon Mobile App, Corecon V7 users can immediately begin using it when working in the field. For example, the mobile app can be used to help with project leads or job opportunities, such as taking jobsite photos and documenting notes for the estimating team. Popular functions performed on the mobile app for projects already awarded include: documenting daily logs, timecards, entering miscellaneous bills and viewing correspondence and alerts.
Since all of Corecon’s products connect to a common platform, no synchronization is required. Information entered in the Corecon Mobile App will immediately appear in Corecon V7.
Why do I need it? As a cloud-based construction management solution, Corecon V7 is available anytime from any device with Internet connectivity. However, field employees may not need all of the functions available in the software, and they often rely on more portable devices like smartphones and tablets to view and enter project information.
Therefore, the app was designed as an alternative tool for field employees to report and receive timely and accurate project information on these compact devices. A smartphone’s speech to text function can also be used with the app to transcribe voice dictation into text whenever it may be inconvenient to type.
How much does it cost? The app for iOS and Android is free to subscribers of Corecon V7. External project team members, such as clients or subcontractors, must use Corecon’s TeamLink Portal to collaborate on project documentation.
Current Users: 3,600 paying subscribers.