Corecon targets easier estimating, project management process

California-based company’s new software feature eyes easier electronic signature process.

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January 12, 2022

Huntington Beach, California-based Corecon Technologies Inc. has announced what it calls a new integration with DocuSign eSignature for use within Corecon’s cloud-based construction estimating, project management and job cost software set of products.

The new feature allows Corecon subscribers to securely obtain and track electronic signatures on construction documents along with other construction project information in one secure location, says the firm.

After enabling e-signatures in Corecon Settings and authenticating the account, the DocuSign eSignature integration “can be turned on or off for estimate proposals, client contracts, changes, invoices and all procurement related transactions such as purchase orders, subcontracts, state construction offices and subcontractor invoices,” states Corecon.

Continues the company, “For tracking purposes, the e-sign document is color coded based on the completion status. Once the signatures are obtained, details of when the document was signed and by whom are accessible in the Linked File Details view.”

Comments said Corecon Technologies President Norman Wendl, “The Corecon integration with DocuSign eSignature is another feature we’ve added to our software suite that is convenient, quick and efficient. Because these important documents are encrypted and a complete audit trail is maintained, this process is also more secure than traditional paper and delivery methods, and all documentation is stored and retrievable within the Corecon platform.”

Corecon says its DocuSign eSignature integration is free and available immediately for all current Corecon subscribers.