Architectural design, development of engineering documentation and the construction process take a lot of time and effort. Stay precise and efficient and keep your hand on the pulse during the project with simple and proven Cerebro tools. Try the project management automation tool and simplify your work!
Cerebro takes into account the nuances of your work – ensure secure communication between the teams and multiple contractors and work on several projects at once
Evaluate project complexity, assign tasks and contractors, view all reports in just two clicks. Plan, create and track personal and project task lists.
Save time, effort and resources, send and receive data from contractors. Engage with the customer and approve files without any limitations.
Maintain any budget or timeline statistics. Securely store your data, configure rights for contractors and customers, make your own Cerebro with our customization options.
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Record voice messages and draw over of your work documentation in PDF and DWG – comment and send edits to colleagues!
You no longer need to worry about the source materials. Work directly from the CAD software you know well – our plugins will automatically transfer carry over your tasks and activities in Cerebro. Use the Python SDK to integrate BIM model validation and the automatic export of the latest PDF versions.
A smartphone is all you need to efficiently work in Cerebro. Create and delegate tasks, report on progress and attach any images and files right from the construction site.
Cerebro is included in the Russian Unified Software Register.
“We needed a practical and effective project management tool and Cerebro was an ideal pick.”
“The implementation did not cause any problems. I think it took less than a week to launch the system. Training takes a couple of hours on average. This is what found appealing in the first place.”
“For me, the moment you know that a piece of software has caught on is when everyone knows where to look for things. It’s been a while since anyone asked: ‘Where’s this file or the other?’ It’s always in Cerebro, attached to your task.”