SupplyPro offers construction management solutions to streamline work order processing and scheduling. Its features include lien release optimization, document management, connection to builder networks, reports, forecasting, and more. In this article, we cover user reviews and pricing. Ready to get started with SupplyPro? Request a demo.
What SupplyPro Does Well
Users who gave SupplyPro a positive review said that the software helps them receive purchase orders from clients online and update them with notes. Others shared that it allows them to set up filters to keep them organized.
One user who gave SupplyPro a positive review on Capterra mentioned that the platform enables them to create a filter for each trade, builder, and warranty. He also said that it efficiently sends them work order notifications.
What SupplyPro Does Not Do Well
Users who gave SupplyPro a negative review mentioned that it lacks certain functionalities such as the ability to collectively update multiple data and export information. Others also reported that the interface needs design improvement.
One user who gave SupplyPro a negative review on Capterra complained that there is no option to export his job order lists to Excel format. He also said that the program is confusing and difficult to navigate.
SupplyPro doesn’t publish its subscription plans on their website. However, fees for similar service providers range from $50 to $150 per month for basic plans, while the more advanced software range from $10,000 to $100,000+. Interested users may contact their support team to request for a pricing quotation.
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Check out the list below of some of SupplyPro’s features:
- Accounting Integration
- Budget Tracking
- Order Management
- Bidding Tools
- Document Management
- Integration with BuildPro and Skusphere
- Lien Release Optimization
How does SupplyPro prevent product SKU (stock keeping unit) conflict?
How does SupplyPro connect suppliers and builders?