Permits, blueprints, contracts legal applications and a host of other documents constantly flood a construction office.

  • Do you find yourself filing away cabinets after cabinets of papers?
  • Are you finding it difficult to search for a particular document when you need it immediately?
  • Can you give your clients all their job related data easily?

Digitize your documents. Use SOHODOX, the simplest electronic document management system (eDMS).

What can SOHODOX do for you?

Pull out your Files Faster / Improve Productivity

SOHODOX’s advanced organization feature helps you find files in seconds. Increase productivity in your office just like that!

Manage your financial accounts better

How difficult is it to manage the many invoices piled up at the end of a project? Bill your client faster, and at the same time ensure that the painter, electrician and plumber are paid. Using SOHODOX, you can easily keep track of all the invoices you get and create.

Fit within your Budget

SOHODOX is built for small and medium sized businesses – both in terms of functionality and price. It’s affordable!

SOHODOX has three unique features which makes it perfect for your
construction office

Capture Folders

Capture Folders

Be it any file on your computer or an email from Outlook, you can just drag and drop them into Sohodox without worrying about compatibility.



Ah! The ease of finding everything at one place! Sohodox stores your documents at a central location which is easy to backup.

Safe and Secure

Safe and Secure

Choose what documents are public to all SOHODOX users and those that you’re your accountants can see. It’s all up to you, by easily moving documents between private and public folders.

Managing your documents was never so simple!

Case Study

Don McElroy is the CFO of R Lafferty & Son Industrial & Commercial Contractors LLC. After several disappointing tries with a number of eDMSes, he installed SOHODOX and found that it suited his needs perfectly. Read more to find out how SOHODOX solved Don’s Document Management issues.

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