Land Rights & Infrastructure Asset Management Software
geoAMPS has been selected as a finalist in the Corporate Caring Awards Program. The program honors for-profit companies of Central Ohio for their financial contributions, volunteer service and other unique contributions to Columbus-area charities and nonprofit organizations. The awards program is organized by Columbus Business First, a weekly business newspaper serving Central Ohio. The newspaper reports that 138 nominations were received for this year’s awards. That total represents a record number of nominations for the program.
geoAMPS is the winner of 2015 Offshore Excellence Award for Innovation in Oil and Gas Project Management Software. Acquisition International magazine, a publication of United Kingdom-based AI Global Media, selected geoAMPS for the honor. Acquisition International has more than 108,000 subscribers in 170 countries. In addition, the publication maintains a strong online presence. Its website is updated daily with the latest news, features, opinion and commentary regarding the global corporate landscape. The magazine selects Offshore Excellence Awards annually.
For the second year in a row, geoAMPS was recognized for its outstanding employee health and wellness program at the Healthiest Employers of Central Ohio awards presentation. Approximately 300 people attended the awards presentation, Wellness Expo and workshops at the Center of Science and Industry (COSI) in Columbus. The event was organized by Columbus Business First, a weekly business newspaper serving the Central Ohio area.
For the second consecutive year, geoAMPS is being honored as one of the Healthiest Employers in Central Ohio. geoAMPS helps its employees stay healthy through onsite facilities and a number of programs and initiatives. Columbus Business First, which organizes the Healthiest Employers in Central Ohio awards, is again recognizing geoAMPS for these efforts.
Leena Madan, Chief Operating Officer of geoAMPS, was one of ten Ohio women presented with the Glass Ceiling Award on May 20, at the 5th Annual Ohio Women’s Conference. The Ohio Women’s Conference, organized by the National Diversity Council, recognizes women in leadership roles who help empower and advance other women in the workforce.This year’s conference, held at the University of Cincinnati, explored the theme “Creating Pathways for Women in Leadership.” The statewide event focused on professional development, networking, entrepreneurship and women’s health. “Being chosen to receive this award is a tremendous honor, and I sincerely thank the National Diversity Council,” Leena said. Glass Ceiling Award recipients are recognized from a wide range of industries throughout the state of Ohio. This year’s winners also included: Judy Fimiani of Luxottica; Denise Gilreath of Sam’s Club; Stephanie Huff of Tire Discounters; Tessa Lawrence from Aerotek Inc.; Lee Ann Liska of the University of Cincinnati Medical Center; Bleuzette Marshall of the University of Cincinnati; Ann Munson Steines of Macy’s Inc.; Jarja Phillips from Walmart; and Mary Tuuk of Fifth Third Bancorp. geoAMPS is a technology company in the Columbus, Ohio, area that specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets. geoAMPS’ customers are located throughout the United States and Canada.“It is humbling to stand alongside such an amazingly accomplished group of women,” Leena said. “I’m happy to be a part of a conference that creates dialogue for encouraging other women to find success in the workforce.”
Leena Madan, Chief Operating Officer of geoAMPS, has been selected to receive the Glass Ceiling Award. Leena and other recipients will receive the award at the 5 th annual Ohio Women’s Conference scheduled for May 20 at the University of Cincinnati. Presentation of the Glass Ceiling Awards is a highlight of the Ohio Women’s Conference, which is organized by the National Diversity Council to provide training, informative sessions and beneficial networking opportunities.
geoAMPS received top honors at the Healthiest Employers in Central Ohio awards ceremony March 27. The technology company, which specializes in software solutions to manage land rights and infrastructure assets, was chosen No. 1 in the Small Organization category (up to 99 employees). geoAMPS was honored for its outstanding employee health programs. geoAMPS was one of 10 finalists in the Small Organization category. How those finalists placed 1-10 was announced at the event held in the Makoy Center in Hilliard, OH. There also were 10 finalists in the Medium Organization category (100 to 499 employees) and 15 in the Large Organization category (500 employees or more).
geoAMPS’ award-winning employee health programs are featured in an article in Columbus Business First. The article appears in a supplement to the March 28, 2014, edition of the newspaper. The supplement reports on the Healthiest Employers in Central Ohio awards. geoAMPS finished first in the award program’s Small Business category (up to 99 employees). Columbus Business First made that announcement during an awards ceremony March 27 at the Makoy Center in Hilliard, OH. The article titled “Treating employees like assets” was written by Robert Celaschi. He points out that oftentimes health and wellness are afterthoughts for startup companies. That has not been the case at geoAMPS. Yogesh Khandelwal, President and Chief Executive Officer, and Leena Madan, Chief Operating Officer, regard the health and wellness of each member of the geoAMPS team as a priority. “Our employees are our assets. We do not treat them as resources,” Leena was quoted in the article. “And we will do anything to protect our assets.”