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Building Apps That Build Community

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Wildland is always looking for different ways to contribute to the local community. A central tenet of this philosophy is helping others who share in our vision of making their community a better place to live. One way, in particular, is working with partners to develop software applications and platforms that help others improve their…

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Team Spotlight: Matthew Burg

Team Spotlight Matthew Burg Hero

Today we’re highlighting our new Business Development Director, Matthew Burg. Since the moment he arrived at Wildland, he dove head first into the deep end of promoting business and connecting clients with the team members they need to grow their businesses. A Quick Look At Matt Favorite Food: Keto Nachos Favorite Movie: The Greatest Showman…

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Thought Leader Thursday: The Importance of Empathy

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This week’s Thought Leader Thursday came together thanks to Erin’s ability to channel a sense of empathy and apply it towards her projects. She highlights the importance of cultivating this skill and why it’s essential to tap into while problem solving.  I’ve been thinking a lot about empathy lately. Which is a strange thing to…

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Tech Reviews – The Wildland Difference

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A lot of people have been asking about our Tech Reviews lately. “What’s a Tech Review, and why do I need one?” Well, dear reader, we’re so glad you asked. A Wildland Tech Review is an expertly designed process that provides a roadmap for building your software/app successfully. Tech Reviews Include: Timeframe Costs Project Abstract…

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We’ll Definitely Be Seeing Tyler Later

Tyler Goodbye Hero

We’re all familiar with the old adage, “When one door closes, another opens…” Today we help Tyler through to the new chapter in his life. You may remember him from The Tylergotchi Experiment, and when he was serenaded during Christmas by the Charlie Brown Christmas Song. Regardless of where you may or may not recognize…

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