Quarterly Newsletter – Q2 2012 – Vol 5, Issue 2

Tablet Deployments to the field have taken off.

Apples iPad has been the single biggest catalyst for driving adoption of technology on the jobsite that I have ever seen. Over the last six months we have seen client inquiries regarding tablets jump from a monthly to daily occurrence. The ability for engineers, inspectors, and superintendents to have all their volumes of project data in a magazine sized device with them at all times is delivering impressive efficiency gains and greatly improving communication between construction managers and their field staff.

Tablets enable the efficient delivery of the right information in the right place at the right time ensuring field personal are productive and eliminating thousands of trips to and from the office. If your project is interested in how tablets can help improve productivity with your project team give us a call and we would be glad to review the benefits our clients are seeing along with help you select the best tablets for your project.


2012 CMAA Webinar Series: Electronic Project Information Tracking
June 7th Webinar Registration

2012 Construction Management Association of America Conference, Chicago, Illinois
Please visit EADOC at the 2012 CMAA Conference, October 21st through the 23rd.


Aurora Water
Is using EADOC to manage their annual water line replacement, Miney Creek force main, and annual sewer rehab projects.

William S. Hart Union High School District
Has Deployed EADOC to manage their $85.6M District Modernization Bond Program for the next 4 years.

MNS Engineers
Selected and implemented EADOC for managing the $10M Nipomo Wastewater Treatment Plant Project.

Managing Construction Project Data Is More Than Forms And Reports

Today project management application are more than just forms and reports; they need to allow users to establish relationships between relevant project information.
Full story here

New Features

Modify Documents Received Before Forwarding Them For Review

For example, when a sub contractor submits a RFI to the contractor, the contractor will now be able to edit and modify the RFI before forwarding it over to the Review Team.

New Dashboard Charts & Graphs for Program / Division Views

We have added two new graphs / charts to the Program and Division Views:

  • Document Priority Statistics
  • Trend Lines

Multi Approval Process Improvements

Previously, only the 1st user of a multi approval process had the ability to add notes / comments when approving to rejecting a document.

With this release, each user in approval process has the ability to add their comments while approving the document. Once the document has been approved by all parties or rejected, all comments will be displayed on the document under the status.