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Potomac IRWA chapter enjoys presentation by geoAMPS

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geoAMPS will discuss new technology with IRWA chapter

flickr / Karen Highland International Right of Way Association (IRWA) Potomac Chapter 14, representing the state of Maryland and the District of Columbia, has invited geoAMPS to give a presentation during their scheduled meeting on Nov. 20. Guy Allen, Business Development Director, and Nathan Mirolo, Product Lead, from the geoAMPS team 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. “With Web-based technology, mobile technology and GIS, the industry is poised for greater efficiency, easier controls and simple and secure access to information,” Guy said. “We plan to use live Web-based aids to discuss and demonstrate the advantages of today’s technology, and where the industry is headed,” Nathan added. Members of the geoAMPS team recently returned from Fort Worth, TX, where they presented to a heavily attended meeting of IRWA Chapter 36, representing North Texas. As has been the case with other presentations geoAMPS has given to IRWA chapters, Chapter 36 members remarked how much they enjoyed the presentation and found the information beneficial. 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 software products, including land rights management software, which standardize processes and create an average 35 percent cost savings in project and organizational efficiencies. geoAMPS has given a series of presentations to IRWA chapters throughout the United States and in Canada in recent months. “We are pleased that each of our presentations has been well received and look forward to meeting with the Potomac chapter and scheduling other presentations in the future,” Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer of geoAMPS, said. “We greatly appreciate the opportunity to discuss how technology is making it possible to complete even the most complex right of way projects quicker and more efficiently.” The presentation for IRWA Chapter 14 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. geoAMPS offers a suite of software products. One of its 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. 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 For more information about geoAMPS, call 614-389-4871 or visit This article also appears on: Renewable Energy World

Texas IRWA chapter invites geoAMPS to present at meeting

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Utah IRWA chapter enjoys presentation by geoAMPS

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geoAMPS presenting at IRWA chapter meeting in Utah

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geoAMPS is proud sponsor of Dublin Taiko Group

flickr / kagtaiko geoAMPS is a proud sponsor of the Dublin Taiko Group. The group is celebrating its tenth anniversary of bringing the art of Taiko to the Greater Columbus area and beyond. The Dublin Taiko Group is yet another of the local groups, nonprofits, charities and businesses supported by geoAMPS. “geoAMPS is pleased to support this outstanding organization that has helped develop an appreciation and skill among our local students in the art of Taiko,” Leena Madan, Chief Operating Officer of geoAMPS, said. “These Taiko students have performed at many community events, including school assemblies and festivals.” Leena pointed out that the group has performed at the Columbus Asian Festival, international festivals in Ohio and Kentucky, and by invitation at Walt Disney World’s Epcot and Downtown Disney. Taiko is a Japanese drum ensemble that encompasses music and choreographed movements. It embodies cultural awareness and beautiful art, making it an enriching educational experience for the young people who participate. Students in grades 6-12 participate in the Dublin Taiko Group. The Dublin Taiko Legacy Concert is scheduled for Monday, Oct. 27, at Dublin Coffman High School. In addition to the Dublin Taiko Group, geoAMPS’ community outreach includes support for the American Red Cross of Delaware County, the Humane Society of Delaware County, Mid-Ohio Foodbank and the Salvation Army of Franklin County. Dan Liggett is Communications and Public Relations Manager of 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 This article also appears on: Renewable Energy World

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geoAMPS sponsors Toronto IRWA Chapter 29 event

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geoAMPS' COO invited to speak at Ohio Diversity and Leadership Conference

flickr geoAMPS Chief Operating Officer Leena Madan has been invited to speak during the 7thannual Ohio Diversity and Leadership Conference scheduled for Oct. 30-31 in Columbus.

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