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If a for profit company tried to accomplish everything a humane society does but was told they only had the resources available to the majority of agencies currently saving pets lives, most business people would say it can’t be done. Yet, each and every day you prove it is not only possible, but can be done by providing the best care to the animals in your charge. Let’s look at just a few of the things humane societies do:

Humane societies

  • Accept pets from different sources

    • Strays

    • Owner surrenders

    • Transfers from other agencies

  • Provide daily medical, behavioral and mental care

  • Work with families to adopt a pet

  • Contact owners of lost pets

  • Manage staff and volunteers

  • Fundraise

  • Work with other agencies to transfer pets out to get them new homes more quickly

  • Etc

In the interest of space, I stopped my list, but another item that would be on this list is administrative duties - data entry, data analysis, inventory management, reports for management and the board of directors, etc.

What do all of these activities have in common - THEY TAKE A LOT OF TIME.

Using the old adage - Time is Money, we can say “if we can save time, we will save money and with that money we can help more animals”

Remember what Einstein said - The definition of crazy is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results. That is what we are doing when we use the technology that has been offered to us over the past 20 years. The platforms “hold” data, but don’t make our jobs any more efficient. Until now.

SAINT is a unique platform that works with you to save you time, money and most importantly - LIVES. Click the button below and we will contact you.

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