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Data Security With Landboss

Although Cole talked about it briefly in this post, I thought I'd dedicate this week's post to how we can back up our claim that your data is secure when using LANDBOSS.

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Lease Management With Landboss

With so many different things to worry about when actively acquiring leases in a prospect, managing lease paperwork is the last thing you need to worry about.

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Relax and Let Landboss Generate Your Reports

Creating reports can be difficult and time consuming, but as we all know, they are absolutely essential. We can't do without reports, so we have made them as easy as possible with LANDBOSS.

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The Future of Land Management Software

LANDBOSS is a land management software package for the oil and gas industry. Typically, land management software has been very expensive and is usually desktop software, not web software.

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Navigating Your Oil and Gas Company

Aargh mateys! As you know, the oil and gas industry is fiercly competitive and dare I say it, at times more than a little cutthroat. Don't worry though, your favorite pirate ship captain "Devil" Dave is looking out for you.

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Search Quickly Using QuickSearch

For this week's entry, I'll be showing you a new useful feature that will allow you to quickly jump to a Lease or Tract without having to go to the search page first.

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Tracking Oil and Gas Lease Activity

Halloween is one of my favorite holidays and so I have decided to start out this week's blog with a scary story. Not too long ago and not very far away, there was an oil company named Inefficient Oil.

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Landboss Mapping - Tract Coloring

I have just finished the basics for a big feature in mapping. When you have uploaded a shapefile to represent your tract it will be colored in based on the tract’s lease status.

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Party Import Status Update

When creating a feature, most of the time we'll leave it in a very rough state while we discover the ins-and-outs of how it will work. Once we have that decided on exactly how it should work we go back through and "polish" the feature until we're happy with the quality.