Members of the geoAMPS team are looking forward to meeting with members of the International Right of Way Association (IRWA) Chapter 10 in Indiana. Chapter 10 represents IRWA members throughout the state of Indiana.
The chapter invited geoAMPS to give a presentation during its meeting June 2 at Indiana Grand Racing and Casino in Shelbyville.
“We are looking forward to presenting to the Indiana IRWA chapter,” Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, said. “We greatly appreciate the opportunity to meet with Chapter 10 representatives.”
geoAMPS has presented at several IRWA chapter meetings in the United States and Canada and is pleased that each of our presentations is well received.
At the June 2 meeting, Guy Allen, Business Development Director at geoAMPS, and Nathan Mirolo, Product Lead, will discuss technological advancements in the right of way industry. They are looking forward to presenting on the current landscape of technological capabilities for right of way projects, as well as giving the chapter members a glimpse into what’s ahead in the near future.
“Web-based technology, mobile technology and GIS capability offer the right of way industry greater efficiency, easier controls and simple and secure access to information,” Guy said.
geoAMPS is a technology company in the Columbus, OH, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. The rapidly growing company is revolutionizing industries with 11 software products, including land rights management software, which standardize processes and create an average 35 percent cost savings in project and organizational efficiencies.
The presentation for IRWA Chapter 10 will include 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.
“In our IRWA presentations, we use live Web-based aids to discuss and demonstrate the advantages of today’s technology, and where the industry is headed,” Nathan said.
Among the geoAMPS suite of software products is rowAMPS, 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 has approximately 10,000 members in chapters located in the United States, Canada, Mexico, Nigeria and South Africa.
Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Consultant for geoAMPS, a software company in the Columbus, OH area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. For more information about geoAMPS, call 614-389-4871 or visit www.geoamps.com.
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