Newsletter Q1 2015 – Vol 8, Issue 1


Bentley Acquisition

EADOC was acquired by Bentley Systems on February 27th. This acquisition is a win-win-win for Bentley, EADOC and—most importantly—our valued users.

EADOC is now part of Bentley’s MANAGEservices solution, and Bentley is keeping the EADOC team together in our Oakland offices to ensure that we continue to deliver the same level of support and service that you are accustomed to. You can read the Bentley press release here.

Joining Bentley gives us access to a global software development team that will enable us to add new product functionality more quickly, and allow us to integrate with many of the Bentley products that you may be using today.

EADOC’s collaborative project management system is a great complement to Bentley’s current solutions for sustaining infrastructure, and joining the Bentley team enables us to leverage the resources of a large, global company to help serve you better.

We want to thank you for your ongoing support, and look forward to continuing to provide you with the high-quality application and services that you have come to expect from EADOC.


The EADOC team

New EADOC Projects

We are excited to share some of the many projects that EADOC will help manage as we kickoff 2015.

  • NRG Energy will be using EADOC to manage several new solar projects in 2015.
  • The Town of Poughkeepsie, NY has chosen EADOC to manage its upcoming Poughkeepsie Ozone & Centrifuge Improvement Project.
  • Returning EADOC user, Carollo Engineers, has chosen EADOC for the Los Carneros Pipeline Project.

Case Study: Los Osos Water Recycling

The County of San Luis Obispo and HDR selected EADOC to manage all four contracts within the Los Osos Wastewater Project.

For the final phase of the project—the $48M Los Osos Water Recycling Facility—the project team was impressed by EADOC’s ease-of-use, its ability to speed the turnaround time for submittals and RFIs, its document tracking and archiving capabilities, and the significant reduction in the need for printing and shipping project documentation.

“After using EADOC, I can’t imagine using any other tracking system on future projects,” said Huffman.

Read the case study

Upcoming Events

CMAA Capital Projects Symposium, Long Beach, CA. 4/12-14
EADOC’s Eric Law will be presenting an educational session on “Leveraging GIS and Project Management Data” (4/13), and moderating the Closing Plenary Session: “What CMs/PMs Need and Want from Technology” (4/14). We hope to see you there.

COAA Spring Leadership Conference, Baltimore, MD. 5/13-15
EADOC will be an exhibitor at the COAA Spring Owners Conference in Baltimore, MD. If you will be attending, please stop by and see us.

Blog: What Do Construction Managers and Facility Owners Want from Technology

A recent study by on the “Impact of Job Roles on Construction Software Purchasing Decisions,” has shed new light on the attitudes and requirements of construction software buyers and users.

We asked the study’s author to shed some light specifically on the needs of construction managers and facility owners—which make up the bulk of EADOC’s users.

Read the blog

Webinar: Creating and Sharing Custom Reports in EADOC

This recorded webinar shows how to modify existing report templates in EADOC, and create reports from scratch.

  • Creating Custom Reports
  • Sharing Custom Reports
  • Available Columns
  • Printing and Exporting Options

Watch the webinar