KorTerra Announces Plans to Exhibit at this Year’s Canadian Common Ground Alliance Damage Prevention Symposium

Chanhassen, Minn. (October 27, 2014) –KorTerra Inc., the leading underground utility damage prevention software provider, has announced that it will be an exhibitor at this year’s 2nd annual Canadian Common Ground Alliance (CCGA) Damage Prevention Symposium. This symposium will take place Oct. 28-29 in Banff, Alberta.

At the CCGA Damage Prevention Symposium, KorTerra will showcase its ticket management software application, KorWeb and its Automated 360 Response feature. This feature allows for users to easily send notification that an area of proposed excavation has been painted or flagged to a One Call Center. Once the One Call Center has this information, the excavator of the area in question can view the response on the

One Call Center’s website to ensure that it is safe to begin digging.

“We are excited to have the chance to unveil KorWeb to those in the Canadian damage prevention community that may not have previous knowledge of the product,” KorTerra President, Chris Stendal said.

Along with the CCGA Damage Prevention Symposium, KorTerra attends several industry related events as exhibitors. Next month, KorTerra representatives will be in attendance at the Mississippi Damage Prevention Summit taking place in Philadelphia, Miss. from Nov. 5-7 as well as the Missouri Common Ground Alliance Damage Prevention Summit in Columbia, Mo. Nov. 5-6.

This month, KorTerra representatives will also be attending the American Public Works Association Fall conference in Minnesota along with the Common Ground Alliance One Call Systems International Committee meeting taking place in Las Vegas.

To view more information about the CCGA Damage Prevention Symposium click here. To also view a list of the upcoming trade show events KorTerra is planning to attend, click here.

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