cProject has launched its innovative, new web-based collaboration software for the construction industry. cProject is a web-based software that allows General Contractors to collaborate with Subcontractors throughout the project life-cycle.
cProject's collaboration software benefits contractors throughout the project life-cycle. This software is intended for both General Contractors and Specialty Contractors. Starting with contact management and subcontractor qualification, General Contractors can be assured that only competent and experienced contractors will be working on their projects. Next, GC's can invite Subcontractors to participate in bids, share bid documents, and post bid addendums. Invited bidders can post RFI's and view RFI responses. Additionally, contractors can use cProject to improve their productivity and quality on a job. Project RFI's, Submittals, Change Orders, Invoices, Daily Logs, and Punch Lists are tracked on cProject. Each bid/project tool has its own unique message board so everyone is kept in the loop. Project documents can be sent to external Users (Architects, Owners, etc.) for reply. Finally, users can assign tasks and track the progress on cProject, improving quality control on the project.
Anyone can create a free account and use the contact and bid management features of our site. General Contractors can share bid documents and invite Subcontractors to the bid all for free. In order to access the Project Collaboration/Management features, users must upgrade their accounts. The software cost a flat fee of $9.99/month per user. Companies with 10 or more users can obtain volume pricing.
The cProject website was created with network security in mind. User's data will be stored on state-of-the-art servers that are backed-up daily. cProject servers utilize state of the art technology to protect contractor's information, prevent loss or corruption of data, block unknown or unauthorized access, and ensure the integrity of information that is transmitted between users.
"Work Less - Build More" with cProject.
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