Yes, PDFs are a great way to share a record that is required for reference and does not need to be updated. However, there are challenges when dealing with extremely large PDFs, such as 3,000+ pages.

The latest EDIS update addresses these challenges by enabling the faultless and reliable generation and storage of these very large PDFs. It also includes an automated review of the data using customizable rules to ensure no anomalies and obvious data quality issues.

These innovations are a major step forward for the construction industry, as they allow constructors to review, generate, and submit their records and the associated extreme PDFs more efficiently and confidently.

Here are some of the benefits of using the latest EDIS update for large PDF generation and review:

  • Increased efficiency: The automated review process can help to identify and correct errors more quickly, which can save time and money.
  • Improved accuracy: The automated review process can help to ensure that the data is accurate and complete, which can help to avoid costly mistakes.
  • Reduced risk: The automated review process can help to identify and mitigate risks, such as compliance issues or safety hazards.
  • Improved collaboration: The ability to easily share and collaborate on large PDFs can help to improve communication and coordination between stakeholders.

Overall, the latest EDIS update is a significant improvement over previous versions and can help the construction industry to improve efficiency, accuracy, and risk management.