Cost-driven project management solution
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4castplusProduct Overview

  1. About 4castplus
  2. Pros of 4castplus
  3. Cons of 4castplus
  4. Breakdown of core features

4castplus product overview

4castplus delivers a suite of integrated project cost management tools to streamline the planning and execution of construction projects. It is a centralized, integrated platform that connects job sites to project management, project controls, procurement, and finance. It shares workflows and data in an integrated collaborative solution.

4castplus brings end-to-end project controls, procurement, and construction management capabilities in a web and cloud-based platform. It empowers construction, energy, utilities, and EPC companies to move from difficult spreadsheet-based management of large complex projects into an organized solution that keeps projects on budget, on schedule, and under control.

Pros of 4castplus

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  • It equips teams with a centralized enterprise solution to unite procurement, engineering, and construction management in a single system.
  • It provides a dedicated server for clients to attach BI tools such as PowerBI for extended reporting.

Cons of 4castplus

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  • According to some users, the 4castplus team is slow in implementing custom features.
  • The platform offers a lot of features that can be too complex for smaller organizations.

Breakdown of core features

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Project performance metrics

4castplus takes project progress and automatically calculates performance metrics including EVM and productivity factor. The solution gives multi-layered measurement tools that provide the intelligence and analysis of enormous amounts of data to ensure transparent and accurate measurements of progress.


The platform has budget planning, analyzing, progressing, forecasting, trending, and reporting features. Teams can manage all project budgets from a very detailed context or view at a more high-level project or program level.


4castplus has built-in analysis and reporting that show how actual costs, hours, and revenues compare against budget as the project plays out. Users can also compare against earned value, progress, and commitments.

Multiple progressing methods

Users can configure each activity in the project to a unique measurement method. These include units completed, hours burned, rules of credit, schedule-based, weighted steps, and VOWD.

(Last updated on 02/02/2022 by Liz Laurente-Ticong)

Quick Facts

  • Industry Specialties
    Architecture / Engineering / Construction
  • Pricing
  • Works Best For
    Enterprise Businesses, Mid Sized Businesses





  • Budgeting and Forecasting
  • Estimating
  • Change Order Management
  • Progress Measurements
  • Earned Value Management
  • Reporting, Analytics, and Dashboards
  • Purchase Order and Contract Management
  • Bid Management (RFQ, RFP)
  • Expediting
  • Receiving and Accruals
  • Vendor Invoice Matching
  • Jobsite Cost Tracking
  • Timesheets
  • Resource and Rates Management
  • Document Management
  • Customer Billing
  • Cash Flow Planning and Reporting
  • Financial Controls


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