Technology: How Smart Decisions Can Save Lives And Money

February 2017 by Greg Lucas

Audience: Executive Leadership, Shelter/Rescue Staff & Volunteers, Veterinary Team

Video Length: 25 minutes

Do you have information in different places and have to switch and maintain multiple spreadsheets? Ever tried a new online or software program, only to find out after investing time that you don't have, that it isn't going to meet your needs? This workshop discusses how you can look at your processes and practices to determine the right fit for managing data within your organization. The presenter, Greg Lucas, founder of Shelterluv, covers how properly managing data will save you more money in labor costs, or more time if you are volunteering. This presentation was recorded at the 2016 American Pets Alive! Conference.

About Greg Lucas

Greg Lucas was inspired by his own dog Wyatt (now 5 years old) to found Shelterluv, a software company dedicated to ending population-driven euthanasia of companion animals in the United States by addressing the specific challenges of today's animal welfare organizations. Greg began his career in the Crittercam group at National Geographic Television before spending almost 10 years working with enterprise software companies before founding Shelterluv. Visionary animal welfare organizations across the country, including Austin Pets Alive! and PAWS Chicago have chosen Shelterluv to help them save more animals. This presentation was recorded at the 2016 American Pets Alive! Conference.




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