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By Procore Editorial staff
March 29, 2017
We’ve just launched the newest innovation in construction technology. What the heck is a Construction Operating System?
Procore's Construction Operating System (Construction OS) is the only cohesive platform built to connect every application, person, and device you need to run the entire lifecycle of your business.
The construction industry has been in need of a system that creates a more frictionless environment for bi-directional data flow (think: apps talking back and forth), that standardizes processes, increases security, and gets everyone on the same page.
With the Construction OS, we're opening up a larger ecosystem of connectivity, allowing you to do more than run great projects––we're helping you run a great business.
Procore has also launched two new products, Construction Financials and Quality & Safety. Read all about our latest innovations and product releases on the Procore blog!
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