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 solutions for conservation, restoration, and sustainable development organizations. Since opening for business in 2008, we have helped improve social and ecological outcomes by providing systems design consulting services and developing cloud-based, custom software solutions for a long list of clients in the government, non-profit, and private sectors.

We're a full-stack shop:  web/mobile, middle tier, and database.

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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

Aug. 6, 2017, 8:00 AM (PDT)
Aug. 11, 2017, 5:00 PM (PDT)
Portland, OR

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ESA 2017

Presenting + Exhibiting (Booth #622)

The theme for the 102nd annual meeting of the Ecological Society of America is "Linking biodiversity, material cycling and ecosystem services in a changing world." Over 4,000 scientists, researchers, educators, administrators, and policymakers are expected to attend the conference to explore how biodiversity is the foundation for many ecosystem services, how ecosystem functioning can translate into ecosystem services, and the role different dimensions of biodiversity play in developing such understanding.


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Oct. 10, 2017, 8:00 AM (MDT)
Oct. 12, 2017, 5:00 PM (MDT)
Fort Collins, CO

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44th Annual Natural Areas Conference

Sponsoring + Exhibiting

The conference will be held at the Hilton Fort Collins, on the edge of the Colorado State University Campus. Colorado’s natural areas offer numerous models for successful conservation and collaboration, including the Fort Collins Natural Areas Program, which manages more than 36,000 acres. The event will include sessions on:

  • Conservation across (natural/political/cultural) boundaries
  • Urban/wildland interface
  • Wilderness and research natural areas management
  • Value of healthy land in water resource management
  • Technology for land management success
  • Forest and range management
  • Invasive species management


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From the blog

January 18, 2017

Happy to be Dealt into ACES 2016

Lucky for me, it wasn’t a high stakes hold ‘em tournament but rather an inspiring gathering of folks trying to fundamentally change the way we do conservation. A Community for Ecosystem Services (ACES) is a conference that happens every two years.

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