KorTerra, Inc. Hosts Software User Conference
Minneapolis (September 6, 2013) – Utility damage prevention software provider and one call center solutions company, KorTerra, will host an educational conference this fall for current users of its Web-based damage prevention software, KorWeb. The conference will take place from Oct. 7-9 at Mystic Lake Casino and Hotel in Prior Lake, Minn.
KorWeb Ticket Management is a comprehensive software application used by utility companies, pipeline companies and municipalities to manage one call tickets received from a one call center after an upcoming excavation is reported. Tickets are sent to a KorWeb user’s system if that company has underground facilities in the excavation area. If the company finds their underground utilities are near the area where the digging will take place, they mark the underground utility location with either paint or flags.
The KorWeb User Conference will allow for KorWeb users from around the country to learn about new, upcoming advances to the software, along with tips from the KorTerra software support team. There will also be an excavation damage prevention industry update given by Common Ground Alliance (CGA) Director of Program Development, Khrysanne Kerr, and a current client case study session which will be presented by two different KorWeb users.
“We look forward to seeing our users in person and hearing their ideas on the features and capabilities they are looking for in the software. We greatly value the input of our users and are excited to share new advances with them, as well as educate them about KorWeb best practices,” said KorTerra President, Chris Stendal.
To learn more about KorWeb and the KorWeb user conference, visit www.korterra.com.