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How geoAMPS software meets the needs of the solar energy industry


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The geoAMPS software product specifically designed to meet the needs of the solar energy industry is featured in the January/February 2015 edition of North American Clean Energy.

altAMPS is featured in the prestigious magazine’s 2015 Solar Buyers Guide.

The software is one of a suite of software products offered by geoAMPS, a rapidly growing technology company in the Columbus, OH area. As an increasing number of organizations have chosen geoAMPS as their software solution, the company’s client base has grown throughout the United States and into Canada. geoAMPS specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. It offers 11 highly configurable software products, each of which are industry-specific.

altAMPS is software that meets the needs of development and operation of one or more solar panel fields. altAMPS is an efficient and highly configurable Web-based project- and asset-tracking system.

The Web platform’s dashboard-focused interface provides easy and secure access to the central database, where all project and organizational information can be stored.

Developing and maintaining solar panel fields oftentimes require workers to travel many miles from the company office. Without the proper technology, valuable time can be wasted on travel to and from the office or from project to project. altAMPS provides an answer that increases workflow efficiencies. Workers in the field can access and upload information on their mobile devices. Detached/offline and sync-on-demand capabilities provide database access in remote areas lacking Internet connectivity.

Customers that choose altAMPS can also have the option of adding geographical information systems (GIS) capability.

With altAMPS, organizations gain automatic alerts of inspection and maintenance schedules. It is software that helps the organization automate and standardize their processes, and greatly enhance efficiencies.

altAMPS is also the market-leading software for other renewable energy industries, such as wind, biomass and geothermal. No matter the industry or the project, all project information, including landowners and infrastructure improvements, is securely stored in a single application.

Want more information on altAMPS or other geoAMPS products and services? Contact Guy Allen, Business Development Director at geoAMPS, at 614-389-4871.

Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Consultant 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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