are still issues that remain unresolved. Will the right person see the
brochure when it enters the office? Will the Board of Directors be
sympathetic to the plight of the office personnel? Will the company be
willing to pay for the system?
of our prospective clients are hesitant to charge their water users for a
computerized system or an upgrade to their present computer system. We
believe that many of them could put a sur-charge on one year's assessment
and pay for their system, but they are reluctant to do so. Fortunately ,
there are occasional grants available to help companies computerize or
upgrade their existing system. The government has a vested interest in
receiving timely and complete information on water usage from various
projects they have funded. With more and more government requirements, such
as the Crop Census and the Reclamation Reform Act [RRA], a computer system
almost becomes a necessity. In many cases it is a necessity.
are also plagued by competition for their water. Private companies find
themselves paying large legal fees and spending inordinate amounts of time
compiling information defending their water rights. In comparison, data
that has been stored in a well-designed database system can be compiled
easily in such an event.
are finding that more and more companies are having to deal with
exponential growth as their previously classified farmland is now being
subdivided, especially those close to large metropolitan areas. Without an
adequate and efficient computer system they are finding it impossible to
keep track of their water users. Many companies are attempting to utilize
computerized county tax records as a means to identify who their users are.
A computerized record keeping system, of course, facilitates this.
water becomes more and more in demand, it will become necessary to produce
documented proof of beneficial usage. A computerized water accounting
system can accomplish this. This system coupled with automated control
gates will allow managers tighter control and supply them with more
accurate and timely information.
at Rimroc, think it is time to automate your water management system. Our
practice of customizing our CIIS to suit individual irrigation company
needs, enables Board members to set unique and necessary policies for the
operation of their company.
19226 B 50 Road
Delta CO 81416
 874-0374 - Phone
 874-2596 -Fax
B.B.A./ Business Computer Information Systems, a Colorado native with
agriculture in her family background.