Quarterly Newsletter – 3 2013 – Vol 6, Issue 3

EADOC Free Friday training

Due to popular demand we have started a new series of Free Friday training classes and added several more topics. We will also be launching new feature training classes focused around new EADOC functionality. Classes are designed for EADOC users that want to learn more about specific EADOC application features and functionality. The training sessions will benefit new and long time users of EADOC’s collaborative construction project management application. Classes will be 30 minutes long with Q&A afterwards. Each Friday will be a different topic. Sessions will be recorded and available on the EADOC website.

Upcoming Free Friday Trainings

9/27/13 10am PST Register Now

Meeting Invitations and Minutes
10/4/13 10am PT Register Now

Upcoming Events

CMAA 2013 Annual Conference in Las Vegas Booth #300
October 27-29

COAA 2013 Fall Conference in La Jolla
October 30th through November 1st

More Events

Upcoming Webinars

EADOC’s collaborative project management application during design October 3rd, 9am PT

More Webinars

New Features

Picture Viewer

EADOC has released a new picture viewer with larger thumbnails, improved search capability and the ability to view full size pictures in your web browser.

Excel Meta Data Import Utility

We have launched a new feature that allows users to import drawing meta data into EADOC through excel spreadsheets. This feature is especially beneficial for petrochemical projects with large volumes of drawings and descriptive data.

Upcoming New Features

Drag and Drop for adding pictures to Inspector daily reports
Gantt Charts for schedule data

New Customer Corner

GHD has selected EADOC for the City of Rohnert Park’s $9M Eastside Sewer Project.

Contra Costa Community College District working with Critical Solutions has selected EADOC for managing the $55M San Pablo Campus project

HDR Transportation Group selected EADOC for the 2 year $30M Norfolk Southern 51 st Bridge Replacement project.

Alderwood Water & Waste Water District has expanded their use of EADOC to manage their entire CIP program for the next two years. AAWWD has been a client for over 4 years using EADOC on their larger capital projects.