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The '80s called, and they want their software back. If you're stuck with land systems only an accountant could love - and are tired of significant carrying costs - give Landdox a try.

How do we compare?

BOLO is inherently ill-suited for data-driven E&Ps.

BOLO land is written in UniData, a Mainframe Era database model. UniData is completely incompatible with even the most basic reporting and analytics tools E&Ps use today. The upshot is that BOLO land customers who value business reporting must choose among several bad options: rely on canned reports designed decades ago; train and support a business analyst to specialize in P2's complex ad hoc query tool; or pay P2 or a third-party to propagate their BOLO land system into a SQL database.

Data-driven businesses love Landdox. Landdox’s relational database is built on an advanced open-source architecture that’s highly compatible with modern commercial databases. Landdox’s public API makes it easy for customers to feed all their land data real-time into central data warehouses, data visualization apps, and GIS servers.

Landdox vs BOLO,  High Overhead Costs

Running BOLO means lots of additional costs.

In addition to the basic license fees, customers incur many other direct costs when they run BOLO land. That includes IT overhead to own and maintain servers, or paying P2 extra to host; customer service phone support, where customers are charged a la carte for even the most basic client service matters; and the add-on modules needed to for a modern land team to do their job, including P2's division order system, third-party GIS tools, and a document management application.

Landdox is cloud-based software that requires zero IT overhead. Landdox is a single application that includes everything the modern Land team needs to do their job. Landdox customers enjoy a fully integrated experience that includes document management with OCR text search, reporting, mapping, calendars, payments, DOI and well decks, and provision and obligation tracking in a single piece of software. And there's no charge for Landdox’s fanatical customer service - unlimited support is simply part of the deal.

Landdox vs BOLO, Onboarding New Assets

Onboarding new assets in BOLO is costly and time-consuming.

BOLO land does not have built-in data conversion tools. So, integrating the land records associated with an acquisition requires BOLO land customers to spend meaningful amounts of time and money with P2's service team.

Landdox features a suite of data conversion tools that enable customers to lift and shift huge amounts of data, documents, and maps from legacy systems into Landdox. Customers use Landdox's importer tools to create thousands of new records and complex relationships in minutes.

BOLO was designed for a bygone era.

BOLO land was designed in the early 1980s for a segment of administrative power users who are now rushing headlong into retirement. The BOLO user interface is not intuitive, requires rote memorization in order to navigate, and even comes with a reference manual.

At Landdox, modern land management is the whole point - not an afterthought. Landdox customers can easily customize their account and build the reports that answer their company’s most important questions. Landdox continuously delivers new features designed to expand modern Land teams’ capabilities and range.

What about features?

Features Landdox BOLO
Designed for Land, not Accounting
Cloud native software
Easily customizable
New features and improvements seamlessly released every week
DIY data import tools
New account provisioned in minutes, large-scale data conversions in under 30 days
Zero IT overhead required
Public API for easy third-party software integrations
Flexible report builder included
Modern, intuitive user interface
Free and unlimited customer support
Enverus Drillinginfo plug-and-play integration
Document management fully integrated



"I was struck by the degree of customization."

Unlike BOLO and other traditional land systems, Landdox embraces new technologies to create an experience that is modern, customizable, and intuitive.

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Fully Integrated

Operate more efficiently and accurately by relying on a single source of truth for ownership stakes, well decks, obligations, payments and more.



Landdox makes it easy for customers to personalize their account with customizable templates, user-defined provision & obligation tracking, and the ability to model any type of agreement or asset at scale.



Landdox is accessible everywhere at any time, and customer data is protected by enterprise-scale security and back-up protocols. Landdox is fast and constantly improving. Customers have full access to Landdox’s secure API and developer toolkit.


Easy Transition

Landdox importer tools make it a cinch to lift and shift huge amounts of data, documents, and maps from legacy land systems into your Landdox account. The Landdox importer runs hundreds of data validation checks in seconds and can create thousands of accurate new records in minutes.



"Landdbox is seamless and intuitive"

Landdbox makes counting acreage, capturing information and creating reports incredibly easy and accurate.

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