1. Best practice tips for reducing no-show appointments and reminders for upcoming services

    “Over the last few years, some practices have reported an increasing number of no-shows, and with the advent of the COVID-19 pandemic, no-shows in some practices have increased dramatically”.1 According to a recent study completed by the Veterinary Hospital Managers Association (VHMA), one of the survey questions asked, “Have you had an increased number of clients no-show their appointment s…Read More

  2. Why Upgrade To The Cloud

    Read here about everything you need to know about upgrading to a Cloud based veterinary practice management software.…Read More

  3. 6 Things to Look for in Veterinary Software

    The global vet practice management software market is valued at $1.3 billion in 2019 and is expected to reach $2.08 billion by 2027. With so many vet practice management software out there, it can be difficult choosing the right one for your practice. Whether your practice is new or you're simply looking to replace your old software with, here are some important features for you to consider when p…Read More

  4. 3 Tools To Grow Your Veterinary Practice

    A veterinary practice is just like any other business. You need the proper tools to help you promote your business while keeping operations swift and smooth. If you wish to grow your clients, this post is here to help. Here are some tips and tricks that can help you grow your veterinary practice and streamline your operations. Create a Mobile-Friendly Website Your vet clinic should have a website …Read More

  5. Ways to Build and Maintain Strong Client-Patient Relationships

    Building and maintaining strong client relationships is key to a successful veterinary practice. As a veterinary business, you'd be focused on expanding your customer base and dedicate resources to gaining new business. However, gaining new clients is not the only way for a thriving practice. Your existing clients are a good source of business, if you maintain a healthy relationship with them. A g…Read More

  6. Why You Should Upgrade To Cloud-Based Veterinary Software

    Global cloud marketing is expected to be worth over $390 billion by 2028. All the systems and applications in the world are shifting towards cloud-based solutions. While some reasons are quite evident as to why cloud services are better, it’s also obvious that it comes at a fixed monthly cost which can be a little problematic for startup veterinary clinics. The million-dollar question here is; a…Read More

  7. Minimize Inventory Loss and Waste

    Eliminating revenue loss due to inventory waste and missed charges in a major issue in veterinary practices large and small. Inventory control issues can result in over $87,000 in losses in 1 year for a practice. AIGalaxy™ and AIGenesis™ can help you minimize inventory waste in the following ways: Use AIGalaxy™ and AIGenesis™ to Track Inventory AIGalaxy™ and AIGenesis™ tracks all the i…Read More

  8. 3 Ways Veterinary Practices Can Improve Communication

    How can a veterinary practice managers or owners ensure that they are doing everything to improve client communications and increase income? AIGalaxy™ and AIGenesis™ can help you improve communications with your clients in the following ways: Easily Make InClinic and Virtual Appointments Based on the past nearly 2 years of the COVID-19 pandemic, virtual appointments have increased in the veter…Read More

  9. 3 Features Every Veterinary Practice Management System Should Have

    3 Features Every Veterinary Practice Management System Should Have Managing veterinary practices is no easy task. Effective management systems are imperative for increasing profitability and efficiency. The global veterinary software market size stood at a value of approximately $1.4 billion in 2020, and it’s expected to grow between 2022-2027 at a compounded annual growth rate of 6.1% to reach…Read More

  10. 3 Reasons Why You Should Consider Investing in Veterinary Telehealth Practice

    The global veterinary telehealth market is currently worth $92 million, expected to grow to $417 billion by 2028. COVID-19 pandemic caused many veterinarians to limit contact with clients that that damaged businesses and left too many pets unattended. Soon federal government relaxed their VCPR and telemedicine legislation to make telemedicine widely accessible. What is Telehealth? Telehealth is t…Read More