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Quarterly Newsletter – Q4 2012 – Vol 5, Issue 4

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...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q3 2012 – Vol 5, Issue 3

EADOC Releases Schedule Integration EADOC Customers can now import schedule activities from Primavera P6 and Microsoft Project into EADOC’s collaborative project management application. This will enable users to link Risk items, Documents and Change Orders to schedule activities. These links will allow construction managers to include schedule activities in a...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q2 2012 – Vol 5, Issue 2

Tablet Deployments to the field have taken off. Apples iPad has been the single biggest catalyst for driving adoption of technology on the jobsite that I have ever seen. Over the last six months we have seen client inquiries regarding tablets jump from a monthly to daily occurrence. The ability...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q1 2012 – Vol 5, Issue 1

EADOC Kicks-off What Promises to be Another Great Year By now, the holidays are well behind us and everyone at EADOC is hard at work improving and updating the market-leading construction management application for commercial and industrial products. To that end, we recently introduced our education partner program, which provides free...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q4 2011 – Vol 4, Issue 4

Time to reflect back on this years accomplishments and make plans for 2012 EADOC has had another great year thanks to our rapidly growing client base. We now have over 100 clients with over 8,000 users using EADOC to manage $4B worth of construction projects. From small building renovations to...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q3 2011 – Vol 4, Issue 3

Construction Management Software will decrease your project budget Moving forward with a Construction Management application should decrease your project budget, not add to it. With today’s construction project management applications delivered over the web and incorporating strong collaborative features, the cost savings are delivered immediately instead of 5 to 10...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q2 2011 – Vol 4, Issue 2

Trusting your collaborative project management application is crucial to your teams success When you are implementing a collaborative project management application that will be used by Engineers, Consultants, and Contractors it is important that every participant trust the chosen application. Collaborative project management applications not only deliver cost savings but...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q1 2011 – Vol 4, Issue 1

How To Successfully Implement Collaborative Construction Project Management Software Implementing a collaborative construction project management application takes an up front time investment to ensure the application is configured correctly for your project or program. Here are some of the steps we take at EADOC to ensure clients are successful with...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q4 2010 – Vol 3, Issue 4

2010 The Year of Hurry Up and Wait is coming to a close Owners are pushing their projects into construction to take advantage of the low bids and low borrowing costs. Unfortunately, many have rushed through design and into bidding without completing their permits, receiving money or even making sure...

Quarterly Newsletter – Q3 2010 – Vol 3, Issue 3

Primavera finally kills P3 and Suretrak Construction Project Controls and BIM Report published an article “Primavera P3 and Suretrak Sales to Cease December 31, 2010” recently about Oracle finally killing P3 and Suretrak. Even though many in the industry have been expecting this for years this practice of killing off...