EADOC has introduced a new mapping feature to its application. Users now have the ability to add project maps to their dashboards. Users can choose to display project locations and projects on their maps. In order to maximize the effectiveness of this feature, users will need to enter the detailed GPS coordinates for their projects and each project location. When the user clicks on a blue icon (indicates project location) within the map, project information is displayed with a link that brings the user to the project’s information page within the EADOC application. Users can choose either street or satellite view, can click ‘bounds’ to show the area encompassing the locations and click ‘lines’ to visually connect all of their locations within a project. For example pipeline segments can be connected to show the complete route.
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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. Founder and CEO Eric Law noted “We see no end in site to our continued momentum. More and more Facility Owners, Program Managers, and Construction Managers are seeing the benefits of EADOC’s collaborative construction project management application. With EADOC still being the only solution to offer information management across an entire team and address the challenges at an industry level there is a lot of opportunity for us to expand.”
Milestones passed this year
- Passed 11,000 active users on the EADOC application
- Met our development schedule of releasing new features and functionality every quarter
- Added our first international projects in the Bahamas and Ghana
Major New Customers Include:
- Reiss Engineering selected EADOC for the inspections on the $1.7B Baha Mar project in the Bahamas
- Won the State of Iowa’s RFP for Construction Project Management Software
- Selected by CH2M Hill’s New York Water Group through a competitive RFP process for use on their work with NYDEP
- Selected by San Francisco Unified School District for a 6 year contract to manage their new Bond Program.
In 2013 we will be continuing to expand our client base and our team here at EADOC. Currently we have open positions in sales, engineering and customer support.
Last night, EADOC Founder & CEO Eric Law joined an expert panel at a local entrepreneur’s forum speaking on the topic of funding your startup without money from venture capital firms.
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EADOC will be providing demonstrations of our collaborative project management application at Vanir’s 2011 PM/CM conference. This conference for Construction Management professionals and Facility Owners is being held at the Doubletree Hotel in Ahanheim, CA. EADOC will be on hand from 8am until 5pm on Friday Nov 4th.
Last month EADOC celebrated 4 years of providing the EADOC web based project management application. This is a tremendous milestone to pass considering today’s tough economic environment and the shrinking construction industry. Not only are we surviving this economy but we are also growing rapidly. Our revenue grew 45% in 2009 compared to 2008 while the construction industry shrank 27%. We added 38 new clients last year representing over $1 Billion in construction projects. With these new clients EADOC’s user base is over 3500 now. Much of this growth is attributed to clients using EADOC to reduce costs on their capital projects allowing them to do more with their shrinking budgets. I would like to thank all of our wonderful clients along with the EADOC staff at our offices in Oakland for this success. We are looking forward to another great year even as the Construction industry looks to be facing more challenges ahead.
Richard De Palma has joined EADOC’s sales team to cover the South Central area of the United States.
EADOC has moved into larger office at 436 14th st suite 150 in Downtown Oakland to accommodate their rapid growth.