Wrapping up another great year of moving the construction industry forward
As we wrap up our 8th year of moving the construction industry away from manual and laborious project management processes we are taking a step back to share our progress. Over the last 8 years we have gone from basic document management capabilities managing million dollar projects to a robust collaborative project and program management application managing documents, cost, and schedule activities on large Billion dollar programs. Our clients range from small municipalities to the largest engineering firms in the world. Even with all this growth we continue to serve our small clients just as we do our large clients with top-notch customer support. For those that are using EADOC today we thank you for being a loyal client, for those who have not tried EADOC’s collaborative construction project/program management application we encourage you to take a look at how we can help you improve control over your capital projects.
Key Accomplishments In 2013
- We now have over 120 clients with over 12,000 users managing over $7B worth of projects.
- Launched our very successful Free Friday training sessions that we will be doing again next year. Recordings are available
- Joined the Construction Open Software Alliance (COSA)
- Received our license from AGC to produce Consensus Doc
- Expanded our team – In our Services team we added Sarah Kelly from DPR, and Matt Starke from Gilbane. On our sales team we added Burke Dostert and Stephen Mullin. Peter Yun joined our Engineering team
- Moved into larger offices at 180 Grand Ave in Oakland, CA
Plans For 2014
- Gantt Charts for schedule data
- UI refresh to better support mobile access
- More robust integration capabilities to 3rd party products
- BIM Model Viewer
- We will be continuing to grow our team with plans to hire four more members next year.
Free Friday Training and events will return in January. Happy Holidays from EADOC
New Customer Corner
GHD has selected EADOC for managing the ORDOT Dump Closure project in Guam.
City of Stockton has moved to an annual agreement for managing their entire Waste Water Program