Procore Acquires LaborChart to Improve Workforce Management in Construction


CARPINTERIA, Calif .– (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Procore Technologies, Inc., (NYSE: PCOR), a leading provider of construction management software, today announced the acquisition of LaborChart, a leading provider of management software staffing for specialized contractors and independent general contractors. LaborChart deepens the connection in the office and in the field by enabling contractors to better plan, manage, forecast and communicate with their workforce, improving profit margins.

Labor is typically the highest and most variable cost for entrepreneurs, but many still rely on spreadsheets and analog options like whiteboards to manage their workforce. LaborChart software provides a modern solution to these legacy processes and complements existing Procore solutions.

Procore’s Field Productivity product helps contractors track employee time and provides insight into team productivity. LaborChart gives contractors a forward-looking, real-time understanding of all workers, assignments and commitments, enabling them to plan, schedule and forecast with precision. Together, these integrated solutions will give entrepreneurs a holistic view of their workforce, giving them the control they need to manage, plan and budget their workforce.

“Construction faces a global labor shortage as contractors struggle to find skilled workers. It is therefore essential to effectively manage the existing workforce, ”said Tooey Courtemanche, Founder and CEO of Procore. “With the addition of LaborChart, Procore will be able to provide a complete workforce management solution that helps contractors optimize their workforce, maximize productivity and take on more projects. Gone are the days of relying on spreadsheets and whiteboards.

LaborChart Founder and CEO Ben Schultz said: “As a fourth generation electrical contractor, I’ve seen every kind of job you can imagine. For too long, the construction industry has lacked the technology to effectively manage people – its most important asset. We created LaborChart to overcome outdated workforce management processes. By joining Procore, we will be able to further facilitate successful projects from start to finish, deepening the connection between the office and the field.

Today, nearly 300 trade and freelance general contractors use LaborChart, which has been a Procore App Marketplace partner since November 2020. More than 40 LaborChart employees have joined Procore. Over time, LaborChart will be fully integrated with Procore.

Courtemanche added, “The acquisition of LaborChart, along with our recently announced agreement to acquire Levelset, adds additional insight to Procore’s robust construction industry data set. By combining project data, workforce data and risk intelligence, customers can access a more complete view of the construction process that will help them build smarter.

Financial terms were not disclosed. The acquisition is not expected to have a material impact on Procore’s financial results for fiscal 2021.

Forward-looking statements

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About Procore

Procore is a leading provider of construction management software. Over one million projects and over $ 1,000 billion in construction volume have been completed on the Procore platform. Our platform connects each stakeholder in the project with the solutions we have designed specifically for the construction industry, for the owner, general contractor and specialist contractor. Procore’s marketplace offers a host of partner solutions that integrate seamlessly with our platform, giving construction professionals the freedom to connect with what works best for them. Based in Carpinteria, California, Procore has offices around the world. Learn more at

About LaborChart

LaborChart is a leading provider of workforce management software for the construction industry. LaborChart helps businesses manage employee planning, dispatch, forecasting, and communication. Built from a unique blend of construction and software expertise, LaborChart helps contractors of all trades organize their most important and valuable asset – their workforce – into one secure and easy solution. to manage. LaborChart is headquartered in Overland Park, Kansas. For more information, visit


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