Download High Resolution Image Over the weekend we processed every FFL we have on record (over 130k since 2014) in an effort to provide our call center and enterprise manufacturing users the ability to refine leads based upon the address type. The new filters are available on the Cold Calling map now! The image on the left provides a sense of industry growth over the last few years, as well as the ratio of business to residential addresses.
The overall amount of licensees saw a decline in America for April 2017, however a considerable amount of NEW applications have been granted. The Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco, Firearms and Explosives (BATFE) provided 79,982 records to the public via the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). APB360 has processed the results for our call center users and enterprise manufacturing partners. The firearm market may be slow for many in the industry right now, however the data provided through the APB system [...]
APB360 has released significant enhancements to the call center functionality over the weekend.The ability to provide custom CRM data, with last booking date and economic value The ability to filter results based on record activity – Explore leads by using time frames, easily identify records which have never been seen The ability to search the map based on operator activity over time New color scale for marker icons to reflect timespans since lsat seen or updated Enhanced info-windows on marker clicks Manage operator caller [...]
Getting Started The data import process is robust, allowing you to dynamically create new lists of data and relate the data to the FFL database in the event there is a match. APB360 maintains two types of records: FFL and ANY. The FFL record type is from the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) per the BATFE. The ANY record type is what you provide following this process. You can upload ANY contact data you like, and the APB360 mapping system [...]
[kleo_list type=”icons” icon_color=”yes” icon_shadow=”yes” icon_large=”yes” inline=”yes” align=”center”][kleo_list_item icon=”star”] 386 New FFL Licensees [/kleo_list_item][kleo_list_item icon=”star-half-alt”] 2,123 Updated FFL Licensees [/kleo_list_item][kleo_list_item icon=”star-1″] 80,019 FFL Licensees [/kleo_list_item][/kleo_list] Explore March 2017 Data Here!
Introducing a New Training Management Feature. Create a set of training requirements with a specific lifespan and assign that training set to one or more employees. This training requirement set can consist of ANY modules you have created, regardless of class/course configurations. Easily override the perishable skill time table for modules as well, where the entire training requirement set of learning domains must have a valid passing grade over a custom defined period. Quickly determine an employee’s missing credit hours using [...]
You may find yourself in one of those states where another flavor of firearm classification might exist, demanding another reporting level. Thanks to our enterprise California users, they have helped guide us toward a solution that should work well globally for all FFL manufacturers. We decided to test our new abstract type of asset conversion by converting a grenade launcher into an extra large pizza. This is not a BATFE logbook transaction, this is 100% supplemental and proprietary to APB360 and not [...]
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Enterprise Manufacturers and Public Service system users now have the ability to extend the learning module management system to include internal budgeting on a per module, per enrollment record and establish an annual budget figure. Updating existing modules for budgeting figures is simple and adjusting the figures is just as easy. Instantly view your entire organization’s training budget, on a per learning module basis, and make adjustments any time! We will be adding fiscal year settings soon, and you will be [...]
Maintenance window Planned start date and time: 2017-03-28 22:00 CDT Planned end date and time: 2017-03-29 04:00 CDT Expected disruption Up to 5 minutes of inaccessible database connections due to a dns change in the migration Maintenance Information: Database Engineers will be performing a disruptive maintenance in our DFW2 Data Center to migrate cloud database instances to a new host server between 22:00 CDT March 28, 2017 and 04:00 CDT on March 29, 2017. We have taken precautions in preparation for this maintenance and anticipate [...]