Today’s Veterinary Business Staff
The client communications and consulting firm ALLYDVM has teamed up with the Canadian technology company LifeLearn Inc.
The partnership, announced Sept. 27, is intended to “further strengthen practices’ ongoing ability to attract, communicate with and educate their clients,” said Scott Harper, CEO of ALLYDVM.
ALLYDVM products were added to LifeLearn’s Veterinary Practice ECOsystem, a collection of tools and services.
“Our goal is to help improve the overall health of veterinary practices by identifying or diagnosing where their pain and symptoms are today, and then providing a range of powerful and connected treatment options,” said Randy Valpy, president and CEO of LifeLearn.
Among LifeLearn’s services are website development, online marketing and client education. ALLYDVM’s software offerings include Retention Calendar and a loyalty program distributed through the PetPage mobile app.
“Even if a practice only adds one extra appointment each day, that effort will result in dramatically better financial outcomes for the practice,” said ALLYDVM’s founder, Jason Wernli.
ALLYDVM is headquartered in Cumming, Georgia.