We help make sure customers get their orders correctly and on time. We do that by ensuring a stable factory system by maintaining, improving and shipping new code which controls our factory processes.
I’m part of the Customer Experience team at tails.com - we look after all our customers and their pets, ensure everything is running smoothly for them, and that their pets are loving their meals. If you have any questions or need help with anything, we’re the team you contact.
The main aim of Data Labs is to use this data to contribute to the understanding of dog health, wellbeing and longevity, and to share these insights with our customers as well as other researchers.
When I think about it, this profession has allowed me to dabble in many different areas. I was in a vet practice for several years, but also worked in communication and marketing for the pharmaceutical industry in animal health, and I’ve been in the media for the past 10 years.
tails.com recently welcomed a very important new addition to the pack, as Dr Antonia Maria Klaus joined as our new Head Vet in Germany. We sat down with her to find out a little bit more about her journey into the veterinary industry and what she's hoping to achieve at tails.com.
It has been rewarding to see QA team members learn and grow in their roles, and it is really satisfying when a software engineer advocates a quality “Test-first” approach.
As an organisation, we recognise our responsibility to give back to local communities and help support charitable causes.
As a software engineer my responsibilities are primarily writing code and code reviews, some mentoring of more junior team members, contributing to team planning and outside of the direct team I am also involved in the engineering recruitment process.
Last year saw the launch of our Operations Development scheme, designed to give individuals an intro
If, like us, you’re lucky enough to have a dog-friendly office environment, or you’re considering how to turn your office into one, here are a few tips from our Head Vet, Sean McCormack, on how to make the introduction to the office as fun and stress-free as possible.