Are you ready to get a handle on your capital projects?
Watch the webinar below (or download the product data sheet) to learn how to collaborate with your entire project team.
Capital Project Management Software for:
- Document Management
- Risk Management
- Contract Management
- Automated Workflow
- Team Collaboration
- Distributed Administration
- 24/7, Cloud-based Access
EADOC is a cloud-based project management system that gives facility owners and construction managers the ability to collaborate with their entire project team, while reducing overhead costs and project risk. Key capabilities include a collaborative workflow, schedule integration, design and construction document management, contract administration, financial monitoring, risk management, and robust reporting.
EADOC is the AEC industry’s first collaborative project management application that allows every member of a project team to securely share and exchange information automatically across the supply chain. The system provides centralized, 24/7 access to all project data including RFIs, submittals,design documents and clarifications,schedules, inspector reports,memos, and action items.EADOC also elegantly integrates cost controls including budget, funding sources, contracts, pay estimates, change requests,and change orders.
All EADOC users can customize their dashboards to view the information they need. Click image to enlarge.
Microsoft Project and Primavera P6 schedules can be imported and viewed in EADOC allowing team members, to view project progress without the need for the native schedule applications. EADOC also has a Meeting Scheduler to schedule meetings, define agendas, attach minutes and track action items.
EADOC has been successfully helping public and private organizations manage their dispersed capital project teams for over nine years, and is currently being used on thousands of projects with a combined construction value over $7B (USD). Organizations using EADOC include the City of Los Angeles (California), Lee County (Florida), and California’s East Bay Municipal Utilities District. Projects using EADOC typically range in construction value from $200,000 to $1B+ (USD), with construction durations of six months to seven years.
Microsoft Project and Primavera P6 schedules can be imported and viewed in EADOC. Click image to enlarge.
Flexible: Large, dispersed teams can connect from anywhere, anytime
EADOC is a hosted, software as a service (SaaS) solution with no per-user costs, and no expensive hardware or software to buy and maintain. The system can accessed by any project team member via a standard web browser from any computer, smart phone or tablet with an internet connection— no additional software required. EADOC was built upon pure Web application technology, which means every page loads quickly—even in the field on wireless connections.
Cost Effective: Unlimited users / no per-user cost
EADOC has an unlimited-user pricing model, so new users can be added at any time without additional cost. The centralization of project documents in a cloud-based system saves significant time and costs by eliminating the printing, filing, faxing, and shipping of physical documents – reducing the need for admin staff, and allowing engineers, inspectors, and project managers to spend their time on actual work instead of paperwork.
The workflow diagram shows the communication flow between all project participants. Click image to enlarge.
Secure: Data is kept safe / no need to share user accounts
SSL encryption ensures that project data is kept safe, and EADOC’s security features ensure that the right people have access to the right information. Also, because there is no cost for adding additional users to EADOC, there is no need for users to share the user names and passwords associated with a limited number of software seats.
Comprehensive: User administration can be done by individual project organizations
EADOC is designed to bring together the entire project team—from the owner, general contractor, design firms, engineers and consultants—down to the smallest subcontractors. User administration can be done either by the customer organization—such as the owner or construction manager—or it can be set-up as a distributed model where participating organizations—such as the general contractor and architect— can add their own users and subcontractors to the system.
EADOC users can link workflow documents – such as RFIs, submittals and change orders – to locations, assets, and other documents – and can include attached files, such as images. This creates rich data relationships that make it easier to collaborate and make decisions quickly.