Land Rights & Infrastructure Asset Management Software
geoAMPS has been selected a 2016 Corporate Caring Finalist. The program honors for-profit companies of Central Ohio for their financial contributions, volunteer service and other unique contributions to Columbus-area charities and nonprofit organizations. This year marks the second consecutive year that geoAMPS has been named a Corporate Caring Finalist. The awards program is organized by Columbus Business First, the leading weekly business newspaper serving Central Ohio. Nick Fortine, Business First President and Publisher, said more than 100 nominations were received for this year’s awards.
Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, is a finalist for the prestigious Ernst and Young Entrepreneur of the Year 2016 Award in the Ohio Valley Region. The award recognizes entrepreneurs who demonstrate excellence and extraordinary success in such areas as innovation, financial performance and personal commitment to their businesses and communities. The finalists were selected by a panel of independent judges. “I am honored to have been selected a regional finalist in the Ernst and Young awards program. It is humbling to have been chosen along with 24 outstanding business leaders in the Ohio Valley Region,” Yogesh said. “This is an honor I share with our geoAMPS team. Each day, I am amazed by their commitment to build upon our reputation as the premier provider of software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets.”
The United Kingdom-based publication Acquisition International has presented geoAMPS with a 2016 Offshore Excellence Award. The award is for Best E&P Project Management Software: landAMPS. 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.
geoAMPS is pleased to again sponsor the Delaware County, Ohio, Power of the Purse event to raise money for the American Red Cross. This marks the third year that geoAMPS has sponsored this event to benefit the life-saving work of the Red Cross. This event is scheduled Friday, April 22, from 6:30 to 10:30 p.m. at the Bridgewater Banquet and Conference Center in Powell. The doors open at 5:30 p.m. There will be a pre-reception before the Power of the Purse event in the conference center’s main ballroom.
geoAMPS is featured in a new Gas Oil and Mining Contractor article. Titled “Technology Helps Turn a Profit,” the article is an online exclusive on the publication’s website. Written by Paul Nicolaus, the article addresses how software vendors help oil and gas companies increase efficiencies during the current market difficulty of decreased oil prices.
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.
The geoAMPS team is pleased to donate $2,444 to the Columbus Literacy Council to help the organization provide important services in Central Ohio. The donation will go towards the Columbus Literacy Council’s "Families Involved Together” (FIT) program. The program is designed for adults who are consistently improving their literacy skills to enroll their child in the program with them.
geoAMPS is continuing its community outreach efforts through a donation of $2,444 to the American Foundation for Suicide Prevention. The donation will assist the organization is conducting important programs in the Central Ohio Area. Those programs include research, prevention and education, advocacy and public policy, and support to help the organization in its goal of reducing the suicide rate 20 percent by 2025.
For the third consecutive year, geoAMPS was honored as one of the Healthiest Employers in Central Ohio. geoAMPS helps its employees stay healthy through a comprehensive wellness and fitness program. Columbus Business First, the leading weekly business news publication serving Central Ohio, recognized geoAMPS as a regional leader in providing wellness programs for its employees.
Old-Va-Surveyor / flickr 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. geoAMPS offers industry-specific software products that help utility companies complete projects more quickly. Quicker completion means project cost savings and increased revenue.