Procore has partnered with construction startup Matrak to integrate material tracking with construction management in the APAC region.
The new integration connects users’ Matrak and Procore Technologies accounts together, enabling status updates from Matrak to automatically populate into their Procore Site Diary.
It aims to help construction companies save time and reduce costs by gaining better visibility into material and delivery status off site.
Users can also see the material’s location in the supply chain, as well as schedule on-site activities to help ensure projects are completed on time.
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“The partnership between Matrak and Procore was forged so both of our customers can benefit from supply chain transparency,” Matrak Chief Technology Officer, Brett Hodgkins said.
“Through transparency comes clarity, empowering everyone onsite to know exactly where materials are and what activities need to be scheduled next.”
Procore’s VP, Global Partnerships & Alliances, Kris Lengieza said the company is excited to be working with Matrak to deliver a missing piece in connecting global construction.
“This integration helps ensure no more second guessing or double handling between two softwares, improving communications across the entire supply chain as customers can refer to a single source of truth,” Lengieza said.