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Oklahoma Wildlife Department’s New App

The wildlife department’s new app will make it easier to kick off a new year of fun in the outdoors. First for the New Year will be a new way to deal with licensing for hunting and fishing. The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation just launched a new app and I downloaded it last week.

My initial reaction is that it appears to be a huge upgrade for our state’s licensing system.

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Oklahoma Wildlife Department to Debut New Online Licensing System

The Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation is rolling out a new digital licensing system for hunters and anglers on Monday that features a mobile app for smartphones. Melinda Sturgess-Streich, Assistant Director of the Wildlife Department, said the new system will be more convenient and user-friendly for Oklahoma sportsmen and women.

Hunters and anglers will be able to possess their licenses and buy licenses through the mobile app. Android users will be able to download the app beginning Monday…

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Go Outdoors Tennessee now processing new boat registrations for TWRA

Using technology provided by the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency’s license vendor, boat owners can now complete registering their new boat, using home computers or smart phones…

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Brandt Encourages Its Team to Go Outdoors

The best way to learn is to immerse oneself in their environment. At Brandt, that’s exactly what we do. We invest in our call center and solution development staff with industry related perks so they can learn firsthand about our customers’ recreational experience.

To continue to foster our staff’s enjoyment of the outdoors and our commitment to the quality of our services, Brandt offers its team members an inventory of camping supplies available for check out, as well as subsidizing two nights of camping in state parks each year.

The camping equipment cache includes an eight person tent, camp stove and cooking utensils, ice chest, hammocks, easy-up open tent, fishing rods and reels, lanterns, bug spray, and first aid kits. We know the importance of first-hand outdoor experience and encourage our team to go outdoors.

For more information on State Parks, or to locate the one nearest you, visit www.stateparks.org.


Brandt Named One of Atlanta’s Best & Brightest Companies To Work For A Third Time!

Atlanta, GA – For the past 3 years, Brandt has been recognized as one of Atlanta’s Best and Brightest Companies to Work For®, according to an evaluation by The National Association of Business Resources to determine best practices in the workplace. Brandt has received this honor again based on its continued efforts in workplace diversity, employee enrichment, education and development, and work-life balance.

“We are greatly appreciative of this award and truly honored to receive this distinguished honor for three consecutive years,”

said Richard Wise, President of Brandt. “This stands as a testament to our people and our culture and we will continue to work together to make this company a great place to work.”

To learn more about Brandt’s culture and career opportunities, please visit the Brandt Careers page.

About the Best & Brightest Companies to Work For Program
The Best and Brightest Companies to Work For® competition identifies and honors organizations that display a commitment to excellence in their human resource practices and employee enrichment. Organizations are assessed based on categories such as communication, work-life balance, employee education, diversity, recognition, retention and more. www.101bestandbrightest.com

About Brandt
Brandt Information Services offers innovative technology solutions to support natural resource agencies by promoting outdoor participation, customer outreach, marketing, and streamlining business operations through customized recreational licensing & registration solutions. For over 32 years, Brandt has offered local, state, and federal agencies and private organizations best in class technology solutions and services.


Brandt Recognized as 2017 Best & Brightest Companies in the Nation

Brandt Information Services has just been recognized as a Best & Brightest Company to Work For in the Nation two years in a row. Brandt is honored to win this prestigious award yet again and thankful for their team that brought them here.

“We are incredibly honored to be recognized in both Atlanta and Nationally for this award,” said Richard Wise, President of Brandt. “We encourage all employees to develop their strengths but also have fun in what they do. Each employee deserves this honor as well, and we hope to continue to grow our workplace in 2018.”

Employees in Brandt’s Atlanta and Tallahassee offices were surveyed by The National Association of Business Resources to determine best practices in the workplace, employee satisfaction, and employee involvement. Brandt was recognized for its best efforts in promoting diversity and inclusion, work-life balance, professional development, and recruitment strategies.

Brandt is continually looking for innovative people that will drive the success of the company by providing better solutions for its customers. To learn more about Brandt’s culture and career opportunities, please visit the Brandt Careers page.

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RBFF and Brandt Present “The Power of Website Analytics” Webinar

Do you know how consumers found your website? Or what they do when they get there? Web analytics can help!

Maria Knight, RBFF’s Director of Online Strategy & Operations, and Rachel Factor, Analytics Manager at Brandt Information Services presented on why web analytics are important, crucial information that can be gleaned from analytics, how to use analytics to make your site more effective, and examples of states that are currently utilizing analytics to improve their license sales.

The Power of Website Analytics Presentation PDF

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Wide Open Spaces Highlights A Day in the Life of a Tennessee Game Officer

Wide Open Spaces, a popular hunting, fishing, and outdoors website, recently featured three Tennessee Game Wardens “to see what it’s like to do one of the most intriguing jobs in conservation on a day-to-day basis.” Read the full article here: http://www.wideopenspaces.com/a-day-in-the-life-of-a-tennesse-game-officer/

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Florida Focuses on R3 Strategy during July’s Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission Meeting

The Florida Fish & Wildlife Conservation Commission hosted its July 2017 meeting at the Orange County Convention Center with a focus on recruitment, retention, and reactivation (R3) efforts. Matt Dunfee, Wildlife Management Institute Program Manager, presented on the status of R3 nationwide, and Nick Wiley, FWC Director, expanded upon Florida’s current efforts including Brandt’s license auto-renew program.

View the FWC meeting July 10th afternoon segment here.

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Virginia DGIF and Tennessee WRA Share Boater Safety Tips

Over the Fourth of July weekend, Brandt’s public relations team helped spread the word for state boating safety initiatives in Virginia and Tennessee. Check out what they had to say: