Bobcat is an online database that helps customers track their usage, including statistical data showing which servo motor feedback tests are being performed, and is licensed with certain purchase editions. Bobcat also displays which servo motor feedback types are being selected so that customers gain an awareness for their most important incremental encoders, serial encoders, or resolver selections. This allows customers to later request product support and servo motor training topics that are most beneficial to them. Bobcat also includes details about various types of motor parameters, such as the type of power connectors, feedback connectors, and which Mitchell Electronics, Inc. cable is required for a test. Other useful information is included to help the customer verify the servo motor before and after a repair job, such as checking motor forward direction, servo motor feedback forward direction, number of servo motor poles, and of course the electrical angle necessary for successful servo motor feedback alignment. This type of information is especially valuable considering how many different servo motor manufacturers are in existence. And even within a servo motor manufacturer, such as Kollmorgen, it is possible to encounter a wide range of servo motor feedback types. The AKM series, for example, has servo motor part numbers that use SICK Stegmann Hiperface encoders, Hiperface DSL, BiSS, EnDat, generic quadrature incremental (with A, B, Z pulses), as well as resolvers. With Bobcat, the quality and speed of the servo motor repair job improves thanks to quick access to the correct encoder alignment.