NWRA 2013, Portland Oregon pt::2

It’s as if people knew we were coming. So many have asked us about Wildlife Rehabilitation MD and two organizations signed up as well! Those that are just learning about us are excited by what they are seeing, so all in all it has been a good week.

Beside talking to so many about the database and what it can do now, we also started sharing our plans for the future. Over the year, there have been many brilliant feature suggestions that we believe will give Wildlife Rehabilitation MD huge possibilities. We can’t yet show what those updates are but be assured they will make this software truly amazing.

During the conference we met with many people who have invested in the future of Wildlife Rehabilitation MD and discussed how to strategize these upgrades. A timeline has been laid out to release the features over the next eight months. However, they won’t begin to truly roll-out until early fall. Summer is the busiest time for wildlife rehabilitators so it is important that we leave the database in a stable state during the busy summer months, and make the updates live during the fall and winter.

As we learn more and can do so, we will make sure to keep you updated. Stay tuned!

NWRA 2013, Portland Oregon

Well, we’re here at the National Wildlife Rehabilitation¬†Association conference in Portland Oregon. It’s only been a few hours so far and already staff and volunteers from at least five different organizations have thanked us profusely or asked how to get set up with Wildlife Rehabilitation MD. What a great reception!

January Bill, Marie Travers, Elaine Friedman, Rachel Avilla, Shannon Riggs, Devin Dombrowski, Vann Masvidal
January Bill, Marie Travers, Elaine Friedman, Rachel Avilla, Shannon Riggs, Devin Dombrowski, Vann Masvidal