the caplen company Releases arkPET animal record keeping
FREDERICK, Maryland, USA November 26, 2001 - the caplen company announces the immediate availability of the arkPET animal record keeping system. The arkPET program is a lighter version of the companys flagship animal record keeping product, arkPRO.
"With the release of arkPET, we are giving users access to the rich features and functionality of our successful flagship product, arkPRO", said Patrick Allen, President and Chief Executive Officer of the caplen company. "We are very excited and pleased that we can deliver these features and functionality at an attractive and affordable price to a market segment which has long been ignored by animal record keeping vendors".
About arkPET - animal record keeping
The arkPET animal record keeping system provides many of the features and functionality already available in arkPRO. This includes, but is not limited to, acquisition, general care and maintenance, medical and veterinary, pedigree, calendar and scheduling of events and activities, unlimited links for images and streaming video.
arkPET is the perfect solution to manage animal records, regardless of breed, for individuals and families, Pony clubs, 4H, and Farm clubs, persons who are purchasing their animals from commercial pet stores, or adopting them from the many animal shelters and rescue organizations around the world.
When arkPET users are ready, they can easily upgrade to arkPRO with the security that all of their data will remain intact.
Availability and Pricing
The arkPET single
user CD version is immediately available through the caplen company website
at http://www.caplencompany.com or toll free at 866.745.4455 for US$59.
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