Members of International Right of Way Association (IRWA) Chapter 36 in Texas enjoyed the presentation given by geoAMPS on technological advancements in the right of way industry.
The IRWA chapter, which is based in the Dallas/Fort Worth area and represents North Texas, invited geoAMPS to present at a chapter meeting in Fort Worth. Brock Hicks, Business Development Manager at geoAMPS, and Nathan Mirolo, Product Lead, discussed the current landscape of technology capabilities in the right of way industry.
“We greatly appreciate the invitation from the North Texas chapter and the opportunity to meet with the members,” Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, said. “We have given several presentations to IRWA chapters in the United States and Canada and have been pleased that each of our presentations has been well received.”
Approximately 120 members of Chapter 36 attended the meeting in Fort Worth. Those in attendance commented that they liked the content covered in the presentation and that the visual aids were effective.
They also enjoyed the use of live Web-based aids to discuss and demonstrate the advantages of current technology available to the right of way industry. The presentation gave the members a glimpse into where the industry is headed in the near future.
Brock and Nate appreciated the numerous questions that came from the audience.
The Dallas/Fort Worth presentation was the latest in a series of presentations geoAMPS has given in recent months for IRWA chapters in the United States and Canada. Members of each of those chapters have said they felt the information provided was beneficial.
geoAMPS is a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that is the premier provider of software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. The rapidly growing company is revolutionizing industries with software products, including software to manage land rights, which standardize processes and create an average 35 percent cost savings in project and organizational efficiencies.
The presentation for IRWA Chapter 36 included how Web-based software and a centralized database of organizational and project information offer benefits to completing right of way projects and managing assets. Those benefits include a single access point for all project information; the ability to immediately update the project file; the use of geographic information system (GIS) mapping; automatic audit controls and report generation; and the ability for right of way agents to use mobile devices to review and update project information when in the field.
geoAMPS offers a suite of industry-specific software products. One of its products isrowAMPS, a software product that allows companies to manage right of way projects in a real-time paperless environment that enables collaboration, efficiency and error reduction.
IRWA chapters interested in having geoAMPS present at an upcoming meeting are invited to contact Dan Liggett, Communications and Public Relations Manager at geoAMPS, 614-389-4871 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
geoAMPS is 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 www.geoamps.com.
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