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KorTerra, Inc. Partners with New Mexico 811 to Offer KorWeb Software to New Mexico 811 Members

CHANHASSEN, MN (June 2, 2016) KorTerra, an underground utility damage prevention software and One Call Center solutions company, is pleased to announce its partnership with New Mexico 811. New Mexico 811 is the state’s One Call center and the eleventh state to join KorTerra’s Partner Program.

Through this partnership, New Mexico 811 members will receive KorTerra’s industry leading One Call ticket management software, KorWeb, at no cost. KorWeb is designed to increase safety and efficiency in locating and ticket processing, while cutting costs by eliminating unnecessary manual processes.

KorWeb is the most comprehensive One Call ticket management software application, designed utilizing KorTerra’s extensive knowledge of the damage prevention industry.

Some key advantages of offering KorWeb to New Mexico 811 members include:
• Access to industry leading ticket management software to accurately and efficiently manage their locate tickets.
• Promotes safety and damage prevention by providing members with access to a robust ticket management tool, which enables them to quickly,
accurately and efficiently complete their locate tickets.
• Ensures accurate and timely member compliance with positive response requirements.
• Eliminates unreliable and sometimes costly ticket transmissions to their members.
• No cost for the member to implement and use!

“We are very excited to be partnering with New Mexico 811 to deliver KorWeb to their members at no cost,” said KorTerra President, Chris Stendal. “This partnership will provide New Mexico 811 members with the tools to excel at the collective industry goal of continually improving safe digging practices.”

KorTerra’s One Call center partners include Alabama 811, Arkansas One Call, Mississippi 811, New Mexico 811, Ohio Utilities Protection Service, Okie 811, South Carolina 811, South Dakota 811, Tennessee 811, Texas 811 and West Virginia 811.

KorTerra, Inc. Partners with New Mexico 811 to Offer KorWeb Software to New Mexico 811 Members (2)

CHANHASSEN, MN (June 2, 2016) KorTerra, an underground utility damage prevention software and One Call Center solutions company, is pleased to announce its partnership with New Mexico 811. New Mexico 811 is the state’s One Call center and the eleventh state to join KorTerra’s Partner Program.

Through this partnership, New Mexico 811 members will receive KorTerra’s industry leading One Call ticket management software, KorWeb, at no cost. KorWeb is designed to increase safety and efficiency in locating and ticket processing, while cutting costs by eliminating unnecessary manual processes.

KorWeb is the most comprehensive One Call ticket management software application, designed utilizing KorTerra’s extensive knowledge of the damage prevention industry.

Some key advantages of offering KorWeb to New Mexico 811 members include:
• Access to industry leading ticket management software to accurately and efficiently manage their locate tickets.
• Promotes safety and damage prevention by providing members with access to a robust ticket management tool, which enables them to quickly,
accurately and efficiently complete their locate tickets.
• Ensures accurate and timely member compliance with positive response requirements.
• Eliminates unreliable and sometimes costly ticket transmissions to their members.
• No cost for the member to implement and use!

“We are very excited to be partnering with New Mexico 811 to deliver KorWeb to their members at no cost,” said KorTerra President, Chris Stendal. “This partnership will provide New Mexico 811 members with the tools to excel at the collective industry goal of continually improving safe digging practices.”

KorTerra’s One Call center partners include Alabama 811, Arkansas One Call, Mississippi 811, New Mexico 811, Ohio Utilities Protection Service, Okie 811, South Carolina 811, South Dakota 811, Tennessee 811, Texas 811 and West Virginia 811.

KorTerra, Inc. Annual User Conference Early Bird Discount Announced

Chanhassen, Minn. (May 31, 2016) – KorTerra, Inc., an underground utility damage prevention software and One Call Center solutions company, announced an early bird rate for their upcoming Annual User Conference which is to be held October 4-6, 2016 at Mystic Lake Casino Hotel in Prior Lake, MN.

“We are very excited to be offering an early bird discount for our Annual User Conference once again,” said KorTerra President, Chris Stendal. “We believe our Conference provides an opportunity for our clients to learn how to more efficiently and effectively use the KorTerra software, as well as contribute to future product development.”

The KorTerra Annual User Conference will consist of various networking opportunities, informational sessions, demonstrations and one-on-one time with the KorTerra staff. Attending this conference will further build knowledge surrounding KorTerra’s software and the damage prevention industry.

Registration for the Annual User Conference is now open, and KorTerra is offering a great discount to those who register early. The cost to attend is $395 per person with the early bird rate. After August 3, 2016, the cost to attend will increase to the regular conference rate of $450 per person.

Save money by registering now for KorTerra’s Annual User Conference. Registration includes access to all sessions and meals, and various networking opportunities.

For more information or to register for the KorTerra Annual User Conference, visit http://www.korterra.com/user-conference-early-bird or contact KorTerra directly at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 952-368-1911.

KorTerra, Inc. Announces Partnership with Texas811 to Offer KorWeb Software to Texas811 Members

Chanhassen, Minn. (May 11, 2016) – KorTerra, Inc. is pleased to announce its partnership with Texas811. Through this partnership, KorTerra will provide its industry leading One Call ticket management software, KorWeb, at no cost to the members of Texas811. KorWeb will enhance the safety and efficiency of locating for the members of Texas811.

Texas811 Executive Vice President and COO, Chris Stovall, says the partnership is a win/win for everyone involved. “The KorTerra advantage offered through KorWeb to Texas811 members is something we’re very pleased about,” said Stovall. “Combining KorTerra with our own processes will give members an advantage that’s unmatched by any other One Call system.”

Some of the key advantages of offering KorWeb to Texas811 members are:

• Access to industry leading ticket management software to accurately and efficiently manage their locate tickets.
• Promotes safety and damage prevention by providing members with access to a robust ticket management tool, which enables them to quickly,
accurately and efficiently complete their locate tickets.
• Eliminates unreliable and sometimes costly ticket transmissions to their members.
• No cost for the member to implement and use!

"We are very excited to be partnering with Texas811, and are happy to be able to provide their members ticket management software at no cost,” said KorTerra President, Chris Stendal. “We are committed to promoting safe digging practices by providing the most advanced technology to do so.”

KorTerra currently has partnerships with eight state One Call centers including Alabama, Arkansas, Mississippi, New Mexico, Ohio, Oklahoma, South Carolina and Tennessee. KorTerra provides each state's members its One Call ticket management software, KorWeb, at no cost.

KorTerra Supports National Safe Digging Month

CHANHASSEN, MN (April 4, 2016) KorTerra, an underground utility damage prevention software and One Call Center solutions company, is a strong supporter and advocate of National Safe Digging Month. Since 2007, Common Ground Alliance (CGA) stakeholders unite in the month of April to endorse safe digging practices and communicate how important it is to call before you dig. As a CGA stakeholder, KorTerra is committed to promoting safe digging not only in April, but throughout the entire year.

Every six minutes an underground utility line is damaged because someone decided to dig before calling 811. Damage to utility lines, injuries, property damage and inconvenient outages are just some of many reasons why calling 811 is the first step to take before digging. Submitting a locate request to your state’s One Call center can decrease your chance of damaging an underground utility line to less than 1%.

“By calling 811 to have professional locators mark the location of buried utility lines, homeowners and professionals are taking the first step in ensuring the safety of our communities,” said KorTerra President, Chris Stendal. “National Safe Digging Month is an important time for utility damage prevention professionals to continue to advocate for safe digging practices.”

Once a locate request is received by your state’s One Call center, professional utility locators will be dispatched to the indicated work site to mark all public utility lines with paint and/or flags. Once the allotted time has passed and all utility lines are properly marked, digging may begin.

KorTerra has become the industry’s leading One Call ticket management software used by contract locators, One Call centers, utilities, municipalities and pipeline companies to aid in the protection of underground facilities. KorTerra’s product suite allows users to easily and efficiently achieve their damage prevention goals, while increasing safety and adherence to state laws.

Remember to always call 811 any time digging will occur, and help educate others on the importance of calling before you dig. Safe digging starts with one phone call.

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