geoAMPS has been honored as a finalist for the Conway Center for Family Business Re-Invention Award. The Re-Invention Award recognizes family businesses that have successfully adjusted their business strategy or focus to address a changing business climate or societal demands. This recognition has been bestowed upon geoAMPS in response to a new product line driven by radical changes to energy-related industries and markets in addition to internal restructuring to meet growing demand.
IRWA '16 Nashville
geoAMPS recently returned from the IRWA '16 Nashville tradeshow with fond memories, great photos and an award winner to celebrate. Here is a short slide show:
A description of landAMPS and information about geoAMPS appears in Acquisition International's Offshore Excellence Awards supplement.
One of the suite of industry-specific software products offered by geoAMPS, landAMPS meets the needs of oil and natural gas producers. geoAMPS software has been proven effective in drastically reducing the timeline for oil and gas projects, which can result in millions of dollars of added revenue.
Leena Madan (front row, center) has been named a finalist for the Visionary Award presented by the Columbus chapter of the National Association of Women Business Owners.
Leena Madan, Chief Operating Officer of geoAMPS, has been named a finalist for the National Association of Women Business Owners (NAWBO) Columbus 2016 Visionary Award. Each year, the Columbus NAWBO chapter names finalists and presents the Visionary Award to a Columbus-area business owner who has achieved success with her business while making notable contributions to her community and industry, and for her initiatives on behalf of other women in business.
The Columbus NAWBO chapter presents this prestigious award to recognize and showcase successful women who not only own and operate businesses that are vital to Ohio’s economy, but also devote time and resources to identify needs and drive social change.
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Because electric transmission lines can span hundreds of miles, there are environmental issues and concerns utility companies must take into account when planning and constructing new infrastructure.
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By Yogesh Khandelwal and Dan Liggett
Advertising billboards, for better or worse, are part of the American landscape. Commonly seen from our many miles of interstates and national highways, billboards are considered an essential marketing tool of business. Some motorists feel they provide useful information, while others regard them as eyesores or unnecessary distractions from the nation’s natural beauty.
As usage and popularity of billboards began to escalate in the 1950s, the federal government took initial steps toward regulation. Signed into law by President Dwight Eisenhower, the Federal-Aid Highway Act of 1956, commonly known as the “Bonus Program,” was an incentive for states to establish control of ODA within 660 feet of the right of way along interstates. States that did so received an additional one half of one percent of their interstate construction costs.
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The Fixing America’s Surface Transportation (FAST) Act, passed by Congress in December 2015, authorizes $281 billion in federal funds for highway, transit and highway safety programs over five years. Combined with state and local matching dollars, the nation now has a substantial sum for much needed transportation improvements.
FAST Act is a fully paid-for reauthorization of federal highway, transit, highway safety, motor carrier safety, hazardous materials and passenger rail programs.
It’s no secret that over the last few years the alternative energy industry has faced challenges. From new and developing technologies, special interest groups and government feuding, there have been tense moments during which the future of the industry seemed uncertain. This past week, though, another tally was added to the win column of the industry's scorecard as the Investment Tax Credit (ITC) and the Production Tax Credit (PTC) were both extended as part of the $1.8 trillion package sent to President Obama's desk for signature.
Each year the geoAMPS team takes part in the Central Ohio Salvation Army’s Adopt-A-Family program, bringing the spirit of Christmas to those less fortunate by giving generously to an area family in need.
The geoAMPS team donated gifts to make the Christmas season brighter for
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