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geoAMPS returns to SEE Conference and Trade Show

geoAMPS is attending the Southeastern Electric Exchange (SEE) annual Conference and Trade Show June 25-27 in Orlando, Fla. Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, and Guy Allen, Business Development Director, will be there to meet with industry representatives and discuss how geoAMPS products and services can meet their project, existing infrastructure and overall organizational needs.

SEE is a non-profit, non-political trade association of investor-owned electric utility companies. The organization was founded in 1933.

The annual trade show is a popular event for representatives of utilities and manufacturers, and for contractors, consultants, specialists and other industry professionals. Sessions provide in-depth presentations by experts on the latest issues and applications; highlight perspectives on global issues and their impact on individual businesses; and offer feedback and solutions for current technical challenges. Attendees will also have the opportunity to view the latest equipment and technology being used or available to participating industries.

Sessions will focus on finance and accounting, electric distribution, environmental/production, real estate and right of way, substations, transmission lines, supply chain management and transportation.

Growing company

geoAMPS is a growing technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. geoAMPS is pushing industries forward through innovative technology that increases communication, improves organizational processes and advances quicker project completions. By using geoAMPS product software, organizations can realize up to 35 percent savings in project costs.

This is the second consecutive year that geoAMPS has attended the SEE Conference and Trade Show. geoAMPS has donated prizes to be given away at drawings during the conference sessions. Each of the four prizes provided by geoAMPS is valued at $100.
“geoAMPS is pleased to be returning to this excellent event organized by the Southeastern Electric Exchange,” Yogesh said. “We look forward to meeting with industry leaders to discuss industry challenges and how geoAMPS products and services addresses those challenges.”
geoAMPS has developed a line of software products that address the specific industry needs. Each product is a secure, Web-based system that offers mobile application for employees in the field. There also is a detached capability when the Internet connection is unreliable or unavailable. geoAMPS provides geographical information system (GIS) mapping, delivering an integrated geospatial view of an organization’s project area.

Range of software products

geoAMPS products include rowAMPS, which provides a central repository to manage all land rights and infrastructure assets information for one or multiple projects.  rowAMPS allows organizations to manage right-of-way projects and land assets in a real-time, paperless environment that enables collaboration, efficiency and error reduction. rowAMPS provides detailed coverage of all right-of-way processes, such as route planning, budgeting, due diligence, negotiation with property owners, title, survey, acquisition, environmental, payments and legal.
Managing mineral rights while keeping crews up-to-date is complex, but critical for Exploration and Production companies (E&P). landAMPS, another geoAMPS product, meets the needs of fast-paced lease acquisitions and manages costly drilling schedules where accuracy and speed are equally critical to overall success. With landAMPS, E&P organizations can streamline workflows and eliminate costly errors in mineral exploration, drilling, mining and production operations.
altAMPS is another in the product line developed by geoAMPS. This powerful, intuitive software was tailor-made for wind, solar, geothermal, biomass and other alternative energy projects through each phase of development, construction and ongoing operation. altAMPS can save project costs and promote efficiency in a paperless environment. altAMPS offers time-saving tools, such as lease management, meteorological tower management, royalty payment calculator, bulk update, automatic reminders, payment tracker and scheduler, workflow and import-export capabilities.
comAMPS provides telecommunications organizations with a powerful, real-time web-based database that can manage new projects and existing infrastructure. comAMPS automates reports that must be submitted internally or to regulatory agencies. The software standardizes data collection. Also, agents in the field have the ability to access and update project information on mobile devices, greatly improving speed and efficiency.
For transportation agencies and organizations, geoAMPS offers dotAMPS, a single solution for end-to-end management of road transportation projects, and rxrAMPS, designed to track railroad assets and manage rail projects.
SEE attendees will also be interested in learning about ecoAMPS, a geoAMPS product for organizations that restore natural habitats, including locations where mining operations have taken place and concluded. By utilizing ecoAMPS, organizations gain management of all aspects of land reclamation projects, including project identification, scoping, environmental assessment, bidding and project tracking.
For more information on geoAMPS’ complete line of software products, visit with Yogesh or Guy at the SEE conference, go to or call 614-389-4871.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Manager for geoAMPS, a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. Visit

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