Sitka Technology Group

Software Development

Proven to Lower Administrative Costs by Streamlining Workflows and Leveraging Investments in Existing Technologies

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We're experts at developing successful solutions for conservation, restoration, and sustainable development organizations. By coupling our technical prowess–.NET, C#, Java, MVC, SQL, HTML, Javascript, GIS, and more–with our domain expertise in fisheries biology, forest ecology, environmental science, land management, urban planning and development, ecosystem services accounting, performance-based management, and strategic planning, we are perfectly suited to fulfill the needs of our government, non-profit, and private sector customers.

Since opening for business in 2008, we continue to improve social and ecological outcomes by providing systems design consulting services and developing cloud-based, custom software solutions.

CASQA 2018 Panel

Showcasing Innovation in Stormwater Management

Watch the recording of our CASQA panel with Lahontan Regional Water Quality Control Board, Orange County Public Works, and Geosyntec Consultants.

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Report

Conservation Manager Roundtable 2018 Key Findings Report

Customer Success

Nevada Launches Conservation Credit System to Protect Greater Sage-Grouse

From the Blog

GeoOptix Featured at International Salmon Data Laboratory Workshop

Why You Should Care

Improves Operational Efficiencies

Fine-tunes Performance Tracking

Turns Field Data into Actionable Intelligence

Thanks to the workflows and systems Sitka created for us, my team has more time to do higher-order analyses and syntheses. Plus, we just enjoy using the tools from Sitka!

Kenneth Kasman | Research & Analysis Manager, Tahoe Regional Planning Agency

How It Works

Beginning with our DataDiagnostic™ service, we work with you to map out optimal workflows. These workflow maps, called broadsheets, describe the practices and routines of capturing data, structuring information, and sharing knowledge.

Based on these broadsheets, we then work with you to develop an infrastructure that bolsters workflow. These infrastructures serve to:

  • Streamline management processes
  • Align project activities with programmatic strategies
  • Integrate field monitoring
  • Track changes against baselines in complex systems
  • Standardize performance reporting
  • Ensure organizational and site-specific knowledge is resilient to staff turnover

Leveraging our lean design build methodology–an iterative, client-centric engagement model–we have a proven track record of lowering administrative costs by streamlining workflows and leveraging investments in existing technologies.

The Sitka-built Lake Tahoe Info Stormwater Tools software is alarmingly intuitive!

Jason Burke | Stormwater Program Coordinator, City of South Lake Tahoe

Our Design Principles

Agile

Iterative and flexible; quickly provide value; listen for and respond to feedback

Human-centered

Based on specific client needs; support specific client workflows

Pattern-based

Leverage existing design modules; benefit from previous work

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Upcoming Events

April 8, 2019, 8:00 AM (PDT)
April 9, 2019, 4:00 PM (PDT)
Tacoma, WA

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Salmon Recovery Conference 2019

Sponsoring + Exhibiting

The Washington State Salmon Recovery Funding Board will hold its seventh biennial conference in Tacoma this April. The conference theme Facing the Future Together reflects the urgency felt 20 years after the passage of Washington's Salmon Recovery Act. 

The two-day event will showcase new and innovative salmon recovery projects with a special emphasis on lessons learned and problems solved.


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From the blog

February 7, 2019

GeoOptix Featured at International Salmon Data Laboratory Workshop

This past month, Keith and I dusted off our passports and headed north to Vancouver, BC. We had been invited by the International Year of the Salmon, a project launched by the North Pacific Anadromous Fish Commission and the international North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization, to present our GeoOptix platform to workshop attendees.

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September 5, 2018

Access the Key Findings from Our Second Conservation Manager Roundtable

This past July, we hosted our second Conservation Manager Roundtable in our Portland office. Our table was rounded by 18 representatives from 10 different natural areas organizations from across the west (California, Idaho, Nevada, Oregon, and Washington). While we had a few returnees in attendance, the majority of the participants were new faces for the event but certainly not new to conservation.

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