Designed by Experience for Suppliers of:
Instrumentation and Valves
As project size increases, document workload increases, and margins drop. Give the clerical work to DocBoss, so you can focus on the things that make a difference.
Pumps & Compressors
Make sure your customers return key documents on time. Give project managers access to the dashboard for snapshots of every project in real time.
Tanks and Vessels
Track the responsible party for each document. Monitor internal turnaround to hit promised due dates. Generate MRB and mud book the day the equipment ships.
We also work with many other suppliers who have tagged equipment.
They see a combination of the issues above – generally depending on whether they have many (smaller) pieces of tagged equipment (actuators, HVAC), or fewer large pieces of equipment (MCC). Here are a few of the equipment lines being supplied by DocBoss customers.
- Motor Control Centers
- Variable Frequency Drives
- Buildings & Shelters
- Air Handling Units HVAC
- Electrical Bulks
- Analytical equipment.
What do our customers say about us
“In order to manage our customers increasing documentation requirements and expectations, we needed to find a software that would allow us to manage our documentation submittals professionally. We found that solution in DocBoss.”
Project Group Manager
“We were struggling to keep pace with customer documentation requirements; now we’re the ones ahead of the curve.”
“I really enjoy the new dashboard with the new project cards, They provide quick and helpful information pertaining to the project without having to go into the project.”
Corix Control Solutions
“DocBoss made us go from reactive to proactive Document Management.”
Oil and Gas Team leader
“Doc Boss has provided our company with a more efficient means of organizing and controlling our documentation.”
Lead Document Control
“Every project is different, and with DocBoss I can confidently ensure we can manage any/all client requests.”
Document Control Power Products
Tundra Process Solutions Ltd.
Check out our recent survey – Why is vendor documentation so painful?
DocBoss asked a bunch of folks (like yourself!) about the problems surrounding vendor documentation. Find out:
- Why EPC’s are so rigid in their requirements
- Who agrees with documentation holdbacks
- Wow much time does each sdie invest in document control
No IT support needed. We live in the cloud.
No servers to buy, no software to install. Just point your browser to DocBoss.com and start submitting your vendor documents.
Also – because DocBoss was built for your industry – there is no development to make it work for you. Everything is ready to go.
Why DocBoss (Benefits)
Niche Problem, Niche Solution
DocBoss was built by your industry peers – we know how rigid the rules can be for submitting vendor documentation to engineering companies (and the rejection that comes with it). We guarantee you’ll smile during our demo!
Equipment tags are baked into DocBoss
Every document is linked to one or more pieces of equipment. Providing tag to document information (on cover sheets, indexes or stand alone reports) is part of our core functionality.
Manage all your projects in one single place
DocBoss helps you manage, monitor and control multiple submissions to multiple EPCs from a single point. Track the progress of all documents in progress, and those that have stalled, and submissions made.
Stop worrying about holdbacks
DocBoss helps you complete projects immediately after shipment. Get your final 10% holdback asap, so it doesn’t disappear.
Be free of spreadsheets
Define, track, and monitor projects in the cloud. Don’t be afraid co-workers will wreck your spreadsheet!
Be easy to buy from
Accept any EPC submission format or change with a smile.
Be in control
Monitor the status of any document or submission.
Be More Productive
Escape cover page hell. DocBoss does the clerical stuff, while you focus on collecting and expediting (and the next quote, and change orders, and inspectors, and …)
No Upfront Investment
DocBoss is a monthly subscription software as a service (SaaS). You pay as you go – with no large investment upfront.
What are Vendor Document Requirements?
Purchasers often define the type of documents that vendors must supply as part of the supply contract. The Vendor Document Requirements (or VDR) is the list of those document types. Each line typically includes a document code, description, and delivery timeline (e.g. 10 days after order), The VDR will also identify which codes should appear in document compilations like manufacturing record books, shipping dossiers and the like.
Note that while we use the term Vendor Document Requirements (VDR), this list goes by many names. Supplier Document Requirements (SDR), Seller Data and Drawing Requirements (SDDR), Vendor Data and Document Requirements (VDDR). Supplier Document Requirement List (SDRL), etc…