This week we take a look at a convenient way to send clients documents to review and sign ahead of the visit - a feature we call "pre-visit documents."
Today we announced that Palmetto Animal League, a non-profit rescue organization based in Okatie, South Carolina, selected our cloud practice management solution as part of a strategic decision to move towards a more efficient, paperless operation.
“Vetter Software has streamlined our processing of patients and has brought great efficiencies to our operations,” said Amy Campanini, President of Palmetto Animal League. “We realized that we needed a more user-friendly medical management system and Vetter Software was the only one we found that was cloud-based. The customer service has been outstanding, and that is very important to us as well.”
“Every business, for-profit or not, can benefit from eliminating the inefficiencies created by paper records and server-based software,” said Sagi Solomon, Founder and CEO of Vetter Software. “I’m particularly excited to partner with Palmetto Animal League in support of the important services that they provide to the community.”
Palmetto Animal League opened its first Adoption Center on October 30, 2010. In addition to the need to streamline its operation, the decision to replace its existing system was motivated by a desire to move towards a paperless operation and a more user-friendly system. “We have little space for paper files and moving towards paperless operations, so a cloud-based solution was very important to us,” added Amy. “Vetter Software is also easy to use and intuitive. I recommend Vetter Software to my colleagues every day.”
About Palmetto Animal League
Palmetto Animal League is a private, non-profit, 501-c-3, no-kill animal rescue organization. Our mission is to build a community where every neglected animal has a second chance at life, guided by a compassionate approach to animal welfare through humane sanctuaries, proactive relocation and solving overpopulation through enlightened management techniques. To learn more, please visit http://www.palmettoanimalleague.org/.