LifeLearn and ALLYDVM Partner to Power Veterinary Practice Growth

Veterinary practices are about to get a powerful boost in their technology and online capabilities with a newly announced agreement between LifeLearn Animal Health and ALLYDVM.

ALLYDVM products are now available as part of LifeLearn’s veterinary practice ECOsystem, a comprehensive suite of custom digital solutions, products and services designed to help veterinary teams better educate and communicate with clients, and optimize their practice.

“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. “It’s easy to see why ALLYDVM solutions are the ideal complement to the LifeLearn ECOsystem.”

Scott Harper, CEO of ALLYDVM, shares Valpy’s enthusiasm for what the two industry leaders can achieve together. “Like LifeLearn, we’re focused on maximizing veterinary practices’ success by elevating their information and technology capabilities,” Harper said.

While LifeLearn provides custom website development, online marketing support and client education resources that include fully vetted professional articles for pet owner clients, ALLYDVM has developed software services for veterinary practices including its popular Retention Calendar, the industry’s most sophisticated client communications system, and a fully automated loyalty program distributed through the PetPage mobile app.

“ALLYDVM’s powerful in-house data management capabilities really differentiate these solutions because integration is stable, secure, and doesn’t rely on third parties,” said Mark Stephenson, chief veterinarian and chief corporate development officer for LifeLearn. “The practices we work with can optimize their profitability and productivity through client retention and compliance tools that are well-integrated with their existing PIMS.”

“This partnership is driving a whole new level of connecting our technologies and sharing our specialized veterinary content and expertise,” Stephenson added. “This will further strengthen practices’ ongoing ability to attract, communicate with, and educate their clients.”


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