Drawing Management Tip #7: Create a Master CAD Plan

At most organizations, drawings are usually only created for specific projects: original construction, renovations, expansions, etc.  Thus over a number of years, various versions of numerous drawings are created and revised as needed.  This results in current &...

Drawing Management Tip #4: Inventory Data Points

In order to create a well organized & searchable collection of your drawings, we create first establish 10 to 20 points of metadata descriptors to describe and distinguish each drawing.  Examples of commonly used data points include: Unique ID, Document...

Facilities Management & CAD

Facilities Managers have a wide-array of duties & concerns, ranging from day-to-day operations to planning for building use space upgrades.  According to a study by the International Facilities Management Association (IFMA), one tool that is prevalent and used by...

ECHO Product Demonstration

  In under 5-minutes we’ll give you an eye-opening tour around some of the cutting edge features of our ECHO Document Management System. You’ll never look at document management the same again. The intuitive, simple and powerful design of the ECHO system is sure to...

Drawing Management Tip #6: Insist on Hands-on Human Corrections

No drawing conversion is 100% accurate run through high-volume process alone. And yet, this is where many of our competitors sign-off. There is no magic software that can perform a trustworthy, complete drawing conversion.  Even the best software remains limited in...

Mobilize your Technical Workforce

The workplace of today goes well beyond the four cubicle walls and 9 to 5 hours.  The workforce of today is adapting to work where and when needed.  Work is performed in the field at remote or client sites, during impromptu meetings, from home and away on the road....