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How we’re making Animana better for you – Q1 2021 update

In 2021, a key theme for IDEXX Animana is data quality. We're looking at ways to improve the data stored in Animana - whether it's entered and maintained directly in Animana or via our API service and a 3rd party partner.
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How we’re making Animana better for you – December 2020 update

The year might have come to an end, but our work continues. We want to thank you for the opportunities you gave us to contact you for feedback on new features. We hope to continue to count with your support and your input in 2021.
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How we’re making Animana better for you – November 2020 update

The most important part of building features is understanding what the user is trying to achieve. For that, the Product Management team reaches out to users in a variety of ways. User input, whether via a conference call or filling in a questionnaire, is incredibly valuable to the success of what we are trying to build. Research is a key area we're always looking for help with, so if you see a survey pop-up in Animana - and can spare a few minutes - help us enhance Animana by giving your input.
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How we’re making Animana better for you – October 2020 update

Making changes to software takes time, some more than others. Complex features often require months of development before they are ready to see the light of day. To ensure you don’t have to wait a long time for new functionality in Animana, we tend to work on small improvements at the same time as larger new features. This allows us to provide you with incremental enhancements regularly.
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How we’re making Animana better for you – September 2020 update

Have you ever wondered how Animana features get from the drawing table to your practice? How features are prioritised, or what’s coming in future releases? We want to share some insights on the process we go through when developing Animana. Did you know for example, that as we’re launching a new version, the development team is already knee-deep coding features for the next version?