Telerik Expert needed (Urgent)

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  1. Laura
    Laura avatar
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    Jun 2008

    Posted 14 Dec 2010 Link to this post

    Hi Telerik Gurus,

    We are looking for an Telerik guru to work on an exciting ASP.Net project for 2-3 months. MVPs are preferred. To learn more about the project, please visit

    Interested party please contact with your resume.



    Founded in 1974, ISIS is an international non-profit organization that provides world-standard zoological data collection and sharing software to more than 800 member zoos, aquariums and related conservation organizations in almost 80 countries. The ISIS global database for the zoological community contains information on 2.4 million animals -- 10,000 species -- and is constantly growing.

    ISIS is a network more than 800 zoos, aquariums and related conservation organizations in almost 80 countries that have come together to collaborate and share information on more than 2.6 million animals – many who are endangered or threatened species. Together with other ISIS members around the world, we will use the ISIS computer-based information systems to record and share basic biologic information about our animal collection to enhance our care of the animals in our facilities and to manage our genetic and demographic programs.

    ISIS worked with the world zoological community to create the Zoological Information Management System (ZIMS) application; the first real-time, online, global animal management tool. ZIMS will provide uniform, consistent and comprehensive information.

    The ZIMS application has been in the making for years. The zoological community began discussing the need for a real-time pooled animal knowledgebase 10 years ago. ISIS developed the ZIMS application through the cooperation of animal care experts worldwide.

    Zoos, aquariums and other conservation organizations worldwide will use the ZIMS application to track pertinent information needed by their animal-care staff, including collection management, husbandry, and health and disease history to further enhance local care and international conservation efforts.

    The ZIMS application will feed the ISIS central database, which currently includes information on 2.6 million animals – more than 10,000 species. As the more than 800 institutions that belong to ISIS begin to expand their use of electronic records through the ZIMS application, this knowledgebase will greatly expand.

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