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geoAMPS presents mobile technology advantages

Attendees at the 2014 International Right of Way (IRWA) Young Professionals Symposium enjoyed the presentation given by Jenelle Cooper, Senior Product Specialist, and Brock Hicks, Business Development Manager, of geoAMPS.
Their presentation at the June 21 symposium, held in conjunction with the 60th annual IRWA International Education Conference in Hartford, Conn., focused on advances ofmobile technology and how it has impacted the right of way industry.

‘We talked about the different capabilities that are available, such as storing agent notes on the progress of negotiations, storing landowner contact information and seeing live statuses of projects through bar charts,” Brock said.
“We discussed uploading photos and associating them with a property by GPS coordinates tied to that photo,” Jenelle said. “We showed how easy it is to find specific documents, tracts and landowners within seconds.”
Brock and Jenelle reviewed the previous methods of conducting a right of way project and how processes have improved by utilizing a centralized database, standardized processes and a Web-based platform that enables the use of mobile technology, detached/offline capabilities and GIS.
“We performed an exercise, with the help of volunteers from the audience, of how easy it is to find information by using mobile technology, with one person holding physical documents and another using a mobile app,” Brock said.
geoAMPS is a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. geoAMPS introduced mobile technology to the land rights industry. The company has become the established industry leader by successfully leveraging online, offline, GIS and mobile technologies within the land rights, infrastructure assets and data management markets.
“I am pleased with how well the presentation by Jenelle and Brock was received at the symposium,” Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, said. “Members of the audience were eager to learn additional capabilities that are possible through the geoAMPS solution.”
Brock Hicks
As Business Development Manager at geoAMPS, Brock is responsible for researching and developing business within the right of way industry. He works with new and existing clients to determine their business requirements, creating and maintaining a CRM database, and organizing demonstrations of geoAMPS’ suite of products to potential clients, which includes Web, GIS, and mobile application technologies.
Brock started with geoAMPS as a Product Support Analyst in May 2013. He was responsible for managing a portfolio of clients on a day-to-day basis, troubleshooting technological issues, building client-specific reports and templates, writing technical help documentation, and training existing/new clients on the geoAMPS software. After being promoted to Senior Product Analyst in early 2014, Brock transitioned to Business Development where he became Business Development Manager in June 2014.
Brock received his B.A. from Wittenberg University in May 2013, studying Business and Geography with an environmental and GIS focus.
Jenelle Cooper
As Senior Product Specialist at geoAMPS, Jenelle is responsible for managing a portfolio of clients as the primary point of contact for product knowledge and all technical support issues including, but not limited to troubleshooting, case management, and problem resolution. Jenelle is also responsible for advising customers of solutions by recommending products and services that will enhance the customer's progressive use of the software, creating templates and reports, and writing product documentation.
Jenelle started with geoAMPS as a Product Support Analyst in June 2013. She was promoted to her current position in February 2014. She also serves as lead trainer for geoAMPS interface users and a senior member of the geoAMPS reports team. 
Jenelle received a B.A. from The Ohio State University in May 2013, studying Political Science and Journalism.
geoAMPS representatives recently returned from the 60th annual IRWA Conference, of which geoAMPS again as a Platinum Sponsor. For the third consecutive year, geoAMPS developed the conference mobile app, through which conference information and real-time updates were available.
For more information about geoAMPS products and services, call 614-389-4871 or visit the geoAMPS website, Visitors to the website can request a free demonstration.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Manager at geoAMPS, a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. For more information, call 614-389-4871 or visit
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