Author Archives: eric.law

EADOC Completes Another Great Year

2012 was another great year for EADOC and our collaborative construction project management application. Our revenue grew 26% over 2011 as we continued to add new customers and see an increase in growth throughout our existing customer base. We have continued this growth while remaining profitable and cash flow positive....

Congratulations to the Provo Reservoir Canal Enclosure Project Team

ENR Mountain States Award of Merit for Civil Work Infrastructure projects has been given to the Provo Reservoir Canal Enclosure team. This $150 million project encompasses 21 miles of 126″ diameter pipe. At EADOC we take great pride whenever one of our clients receives an award and this team has...

Documentation Problem Slows Construction at Plant Vogtle Nuclear Plant

Here is a perfect example of why construction projects should go paperless with a collaborative construction project management application that connects the entire supply chain. The August Chronicle reported that documentation problems are slowing construction of the Vogtle Nuclear Power Plant. http://chronicle.augusta.com/news/metro/2012-12-18/documentation-problem-slows-vogtle-construction “The comments came from Wil­liam Jacobs, a nuclear...

Wet signature not required

It amazes me how many of our clients still require wet signed contract documents for their records. In my email today I received” Please send me the original signed copy” for a new contract from a large private Engineering firm. What happened to going paperless? The federal government and virtually...

Start-Ups Emerge as Tech Vendors of Choice

Excellent Article from the Wall Street Journal on Advantages of choosing small startups like EADOC over the large old Enterprise Vendors. Wall Street Journal Article “Start-Ups Emerge as Tech Vendors of Choice Innovative products, excellent customer support, and strong attention to customer needs are just some of the advantages we...

Risk mitigation with information mapping

Tracking the complete history of an issue and related communication can be a daunting task on today’s complex capital projects. With multiple communication methods, large numbers of project participants and long durations for resolving issues project managers face the challenge of connecting all the pieces together to mitigate project risk....

Collaboration Beyond the Enterprise for handling change management

A single change traditionally could take 5-10 days to go from the engineers to supplier or fabricator after passing through everyone in between. This delay can lead to exponential cost impacts of this change that could have been prevented had the supplier received the notification within hours of the change...