Let's create together for our community.
Building a community together that powers the Last Frontier.
Whether helping manage fisheries for future generations, streamlining local government, creating paths to market for manufacturing, or building software that empowers youth, we implement technology that directly impacts the communities we live in.
Partners in our Community
Technology with a direct community impact
At Resource Data, we strive to make a positive impact on the communities we serve. From mobile apps to locate park land or submit observations about the environment to implementing the systems that distribute the PFD dividend, our work directly benefits the people and communities we call home. Join us in making a difference through collaborative and innovative approaches.
Community service with results
Whether it’s our enthusiastic participation in the annual Toys for Tots toy drives, our sponsorship and decoration of a tree for the Annual Solstice Tree Tour, or our involvement in the citywide cleanup during breakup, our commitment to giving back remains unwavering.
Helping grow healthy businesses with technology
Investing in your success contributes to the betterment of our community. Our ultimate aim is to assist you in achieving your goals, thereby generating employment opportunities and fostering economic growth.
Making a difference.
One project at a time.
Automating Global Tracking of Shipping Containers
Dunavant, a global logistics and supply chain management company, transports over 10,000 shipping containers per month. Its employees were manually collecting information from 22 terminal websites once per hour. This...
FishGen: Revolutionizing Fisheries Research in the Western US
In the fast-paced world of fisheries management, having timely access to accurate genetic data is crucial—but sharing this data across laboratories was a costly and complex challenge. Then came FishGen....
Improving Safety in One of the Worlds Toughest Work Environments
One of the world’s largest Oil and Gas companies realized a 65% reduction in pipe handling drops and 70% reduction in higher severity drops after implementing a mobile application for...
Industry’s First Scraper Pig Geolocator Tool Enhances Pipeline Operation
Resource Data created an industry-leading visualization tool to accurately identify temperature loss locations along the pipeline. It allows engineers to effectively manage oil flow and operations through data-driven decision making.
Mainframe, Meet Web: Modernizing the Alaska DMV
Alaska's DMV faced a daunting challenge—an outdated mainframe application that hindered compliance with Federally mandated RealID and boat titling changes. Resource Data built a modernized web application, enhancing UX and...
Working side by side with AWWU’s IT team on some of our most challenging IT work, Resource Data has contributed to our successful completion of many technology projects.Troy Swanson, IT Director
Anchorage Water & Wastewater Utility
Resource Data partners with us to achieve our IT goals by providing talented teams dedicated to my success, finding creative solutions. They’re helping me reach my dream of eCommerce and paperless systems.Eric Wyatt, IT Director
Resource Data staff were not only professional, knowledgeable and highly skilled, but also friendly and easy to work with–the latter being a key consideration on long and complex, challenging and sometimes stressful projects.Patrick Brosnan, Former Head of IT, DMV
Alaska Department of Administration
Resource Data delivered when other IT companies couldn’t. They are responsive to changing demands and take the time to understand our needs. The result is always better software for better operations.Keith Ziolkowski, President
Granite Technologies, (A CIRI Corporation)
Hundreds of clients.
Thousands of projects.
Diane has more than 30 years of diversified IT experience, joining Resource Data in 1998. She has provided strategic advising and project management for clients in a variety of industries. With her strong background in GIS, she successfully managed a critical GIS unit supporting the immediate response to the Deepwater Horizon oil spill. She has overseen several major system modernization projects, including a recent $8.5 million development project for the State of Alaska. She holds a master’s degree in teaching from the University of Alaska Anchorage, a bachelor’s in geology from South Dakota School of Mines, and is a certified Project Management Professional.
Five great locations.
One Resource Data.
Building a community together to power the land of the midnight sun.Explore AnchorageDiane Thompson Director
Building a community together that powers the Intermountain West.Explore BoiseChris Adam Director
Building a community together that powers America’s sunbelt.Explore HoustonBill Fleming Director
Building a community together that powers the last frontier.Explore JuneauRachel Kelly Director
Building a community together that powers the Pacific Northwest.Explore PortlandJason Mancuso Director
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