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Newsletter Q3 2014 – Vol 7, Issue 3

New Face, Same Great Project Management Software At EADOC we are redefining “collaborative” in Project Management software, and we believe part of this is supporting our clients both inside and outside of our software. Did you know that on our website you can gain access to the latest news and...

Construction Project Management Application vs Construction Document Management Application

When searching for tools to assist in project management, professionals are generally faced with two types. However, many software companies try to market their tools as doing everything, even when they don’t. Two of the most commonly used descriptions for software used to manage construction projects are construction project management...

Creating Custom Reports

Learning Objectives: Creating Custom Reports Sharing Custom Reports All the different column values that are available Printing and Exporting report options

San Jose Downtown Health Center

The County of Santa Clara selected the new $30M San Jose Health Center as their first project to go “paperless.” The County and URS chose EADOC to help achieve this goal, as it offered the greatest efficiency in daily communications, inter-project participation, ease-of-use, and most importantly—application cost. KEY FACTS Challenge:...

Connecting Project Information to Improve Control and Reduce Risk

Can you report on the relationship between a field condition that was not on a drawing that generated an RFI that resulted in a schedule delay that turned into a change order without spending hours with an excel spreadsheet? If not the above presentation by EADOC’s Eric Law is for you. Learn how...

CMAA 2014 Recap

Thank you for joining us at Hidden Vine! We had a wonderful time Sunday seeing familiar faces and meeting new ones. A special thank you to Ron Perkins (HDR), Mike Warriner (Carollo), and Pete McKean (Townsend Management) for their insightful presentations. At EADOC we are proud to be the only construction management...