Schipul - The Web Marketing Company Helps EMS Pipeline Services Reinvent PGAS Web Site

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EMS Expects Web Will Play Critical Role in Spurring Demand for Leading Natural Gas Measurement Software

EMS Pipeline Services, a leading provider of business solutions for the pipeline operations and maintenance market, has launched a significantly enhanced Web site to promote its market-leading PGAS natural gas measurement software. Schipul – The Web Marketing Company guided the redesign of http://www.pgas.com.

PGAS natural gas measurement software makes it possible to conveniently and quickly gain access to detailed, timely and accurate natural gas measurement information. It is used by numerous gas production, transmission and distribution companies to efficiently manage records related to production volume, gas quality and delivery transactions.

The Web site redesign included the implementation of Schipul’s proprietary Tendenci® software to improve navigation and functionality, while weaving EMS Pipeline Services’ customer-focused philosophy and deep market knowledge throughout. EMS will use the new PGAS Web site as its primary marketing tool to increase awareness of the product’s benefits and spur demand. It also caters to the highly active PGAS Users Group through a password-protected area that provides a forum for various user interactions and information exchange.

“Customers in the pipeline industry are incredibly busy, so the new PGAS Web site makes it easier to find critical information fast,” said Art Robbins, chief strategy and information officer for EMS Pipeline Services. “With the help of Schipul – The Web Marketing Company, we expect to open eyes throughout the industry about the ability of PGAS to save money, improve regulatory compliance and increase efficiency and productivity.”

EMS will use Tendenci’s content management solution to easily keep the PGAS site updated and to alert visitors to the site at a moment’s notice about important issues affecting the pipeline industry. The new site also employs search engine optimization strategies to improve performance in the major search engines, such as Yahoo! and Google.

“We are excited to work with a savvy business-to-business marketer such as EMS Pipeline Services that recognizes the critically important role of the Web in driving sales leads,” said Ed Schipul, founder and CEO of Schipul – The Web Marketing Company. “Assessing the performance of a Web site is critical to ensure that business decision makers who are looking for solutions can find you.”

For a screenshot relating to this release, please contact Schipul Communications Director Kelly Papinchak at kpapinchak@schipul.com or 281-497-6567 Ext. 508.

About EMS Pipeline Services

EMS Pipeline Services is an established energy operations and maintenance services company with field specialists and technology professionals currently providing asset management, consulting, regulatory compliance, measurement, communications, and web-based data management to major pipelines, independent power producers, and oil and gas producers. In addition, EMS Pipeline Services owns the worldwide rights to PGAS and TechTools, which are the premier gas measurement and field services productivity software tools designed to meet the needs of the energy industry. PGAS and TechTools are currently in use by over 20 leading energy companies. For more information, visit the Web site: http://www.emspipeline.net.

About Schipul – The Web Marketing Company

Schipul – The Web Marketing Company developed and builds on the Tendenci® membership management software. Schipul is based in Houston, and provides marketing services on the Internet to a variety of service industries in local, national and international markets. Schipul’s clients include Clear Channel Exhibits, National Pharmacy Technician Association, The Children’s Fund, Wolff Companies and DPK Public Relations. Additional information about Schipul is available at http://www.schipul.com and http://www.tendenci.com.

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