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geoAMPS presentation impresses IRWA chapter members

The Oct. 25 presentation by members of the geoAMPS team was well received at the quarterly educational seminar of the International Right of Way Association Carolinas Chapter 31.
 
Chapter 31 members from North Carolina, South Carolina and neighboring states gathered at the Springhill Suites in Charleston, S.C., to learn about new developments in the land rights industry.
 
The chapter leadership invited geoAMPS to give a presentation during the seminar. geoAMPS is a technology company located in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. Guy Allen, Anthony Paletta and Nathan Mirolo attended from geoAMPS.
“We greatly appreciate the invitation from Chapter 31 and welcomed the opportunity to discuss technological advances in the right of way industry,” Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, said. “We thank Chapter 31 for making us feel so welcome and are pleased that chapter members enjoyed the presentation.”
 
The presentation to Chapter 31 was the latest in several presentations geoAMPS has been invited to make to International Right of Way Association (IRWA) chapters throughout the country. geoAMPS representatives have welcomed each opportunity and look forward to more presentations in the future.
 
The presentation by geoAMPS focused on the company’s technology and how it is radically improving the way land rights and infrastructure assets are managed through all phases of projects. The geoAMPS solution streamlines right of way projects through improved efficiencies that save time and enhance productivity.
 
geoAMPS’ presentation brought favorable reaction from the audience. Anthony and Nathan walked among the attendees, giving an abbreviated demonstration and answering questions.
 
Audience reaction included some genuine wows, and one individual commented that geoAMPS “works seamlessly.” Another audience member was impressed by the power and ease of use of the geoAMPS web-based software.
 
By combining a real-time web database with geographic information system (GIS) mapping and mobile capabilities, geoAMPS software is poised to become the industry standard for projects involving land rights and infrastructure assets, Guy said.
 
geoAMPS introduced mobile technology to the right of way industry. geoAMPS mobile technology features detached capabilities, which allow agents to continue to access and update project files through the centralized database even when an Internet connection is lost or unreliable.
 
 
“Technology like this from geoAMPS is advancing the way (right of way professionals) do business, speeding up processes, creating a better picture and providing companies with the mobility today’s environment demands,” Guy said.
 
Among the attendees at the Chapter 31 fall seminar were current geoAMPS customers who are pleased and impressed with the technology.
 
geoAMPS offers an extensive line of industry-specific products. One of its software products is rowAMPS, which allows companies to manage right of way projects in a real-time paperless environment that enables collaboration, efficiency and error reduction.
 
geoAMPS helps companies implement standardized processes, bringing efficiency and optimization with project and asset management, from oil and gas leasing, right of way, wind farm management, and other industries. geoAMPS technology helps keep companies ahead of the competition through improved tools and greater efficiency.
 
IRWA has nearly 10,000 members throughout the United States and Canada, and in South Africa. The South Carolina-North Carolina chapter is one of 74 IRWA chapters.
 
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Manager for geoAMPS, a technology company located in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. For more information, visitwww.geoamps.com or call 614-389-4871. 
 
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