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Data Management for Knowledge Extraction
Our large userbase and the wide usage of our system, allowed us to collect a significant volume of interdisciplinary data (>10M data points) from different sectors of pet-care including care at home, by veterinarians, groomers, and shelters. By analyzing this pool of data, we have published multiple industry reports that drew the attention of key enterprises. These reports, however, are only based on descriptive analysis of the data, that is, statistical analysis with no knowledge extraction.
Multitenant User Permissions
Our solution for multitenant user permissions allows users to participate in various tenants with different roles. It allows fine-grained assignment of permissions that allows our users to customize the experience of their employees based on business needs
Food tendencies for families with multiple pets
Most of the families with multiple dogs or multiple cats have pets of “similar characteristics”. This allows to the families to use the same food for all their dogs or cats. More than half of these families use just one food for all their dogs or cats.
Statistics for families with multiple pets
From our analysis it becomes clear that for families with multiple pets, these pets tend to have similar characteristics in terms of size, neutering, breed and age. In addition, it becomes clear that families with less variance tend to have less members compared to the ones that host pets of wider range of characteristics.
Caring for multiple pets
Many families are lucky enough to have multiple pets. There are several periodic preventive tasks that families need to perform for their pets such as deworming and vaccinations. What we want to see is whether families tend to care for all their pets at the same time or have a separate schedule for each one of them. We focus our analysis on families with cats and dogs.
Pet families by numbers
This report examines the composition of pet families which we define as “pets living under the same roof”. The analysis provides very insightful information and corrects many wrong beliefs. The results focus on Dogs and Cats. The rest of the species are included in the “Others” category.