• 03/07/2008

    Specialized LG-PRE-ANCCE Stud Book course for international Association staff

    This past 23rd to the 27th of June, the LG-PRE-ANCCE Stud Book office organized a specialization course for the staff working at international association offices handling the Purebred Spanish Horse Stud Book. 

    Attended by representatives from wherever PRE horses are bred world-wide, the course provided information and experience in how to use the SADIEL designed computer application. This new software offers significant advances in the handling and management of registration.  

    Everyone was pleased with the course, which provided both theoretical information and hands-on experience in the procedures utilized in the various registration processes. 

    Representatives from Australia, Belgium, Costa Rica, Denmark, Ecuador, Finland, France, Germany, Italy, Norway, Sweden, and the United Kingdom attended the course.

    Until now, national associations have depended on the main Stud Book office for all processes, which lead to persistent work overloads.

    With the new program, each association will have the ability to initiate any and all requests for services made by breeders and owners (including certificates, registrations, ownership cards, renewal of documents, basic evaluations, etc.).   Each association will have its own, personalized access to the LG-PRE-ANCCE program so that they may send and receive essential information at all times. Thus, the level of service given to breeders will depend greatly on the specific association to which they belong, and each individual will have real-time access to track the status of any request affecting a breeder.  

    Services will be made closer at hand, faster and easier. As all PRE-related paperwork will be handled by the National Association of each individual, breeders will be the main beneficiaries of these services.

    The practical application will become a reality during the month of July, following a basic evaluation of LG-PRE-ANCCE services that was provided to Australia, France, Holland, New Zealand, Nicaragua, and the United States.

  • Source — ANCCE — 03/07/2008