Use Cases - Thinking Outside The Box

Recordkeeping As It Should Be

Recordkeeping As It Should Be

Recordkeeping As It Should Be

Unlike the old days, when animal recordkeeping applications were designed to capture records for a specific range of animals ... dogs, cats, horses, cows, snakes, etc … requiring the user to purchase multiple applications to manage their diversified inventories … aim  takes animal recordkeeping to a place which has been long overdue … it doesn't matter what you have or how many … any animal, any information … period.

Single Family, Mutiple Users

Recordkeeping As It Should Be

Recordkeeping As It Should Be

Using the View Group flexibility, multiple family members in youth organizations such as 4H, FFA and USPC  can use a single aim  app record and manage the data for all animals in the family … allowing each family member to work with only their records … or, the family can view and work with all animals as desired.

Animal Shelters and Rescues

Recordkeeping As It Should Be

Animal Shelters and Rescues

Linking images and documents to each Shelter / Rescue animal, volunteers can take their laptop(s) to the Pet Store on Adoption Day in order to show off all of the animals available for adoption … significantly increasing adoption rates and placing more animals into good homes.

Also, multiple volunteers and foster care providers can export date-ranged data to a central data management system.

Animals and Farm Equipment

Sharing Data With Other Users

Animal Shelters and Rescues

Using the Themes and View Group flexibility, users are easily recording all of their animal records as well as equipment ownership and maintenance records in the aim  database.

Zoos and Zookeepers

Sharing Data With Other Users

Sharing Data With Other Users

aim  gives small-to-medium sized zoological parks and science centers everything they need to manage their critical collections and comply with regulatory reporting requirements.

In any sized facility, individual zookeepers can use aim  to keep their own operational and research records, while exporting required data to the facility's central data management system.

Sharing Data With Other Users

Sharing Data With Other Users

Sharing Data With Other Users

[click here] to see how multiple aim  users can exchange data at small, medium and large zoological facilities, when conducting natural disaster relief, at sanctuaries, at shelters, at rescues, among rehabilitators, with foster care providers, among youth organization project members, etc.