VetIMPRESS to exhibit for the first time at Australian Cattle Veterinarians Conference 2020

VetIMPRESS to exhibit for the first time at Australian Cattle Veterinarians Conference 2020

VetIMPRESS is pleased to announce it is exhibiting for the first time at the Australian Cattle Veterinarians (ACV) Conference 2020 in Adelaide. Held 11th to 13th March, the conference is the nation’s largest gathering of cattle practitioners, bringing together a world-class veterinary programme with speakers from across the world. As an exhibitor, VetIMPRESS is looking forward to launching into the Australian market and showcasing its powerful platform to veterinarians and practice managers for the first time.


Advancements in VetIMPRESS mobile software will see the introduction of EID Scanning and RFID Tag compatibility to allow seamless connection with official Australian animal government data. This capability also ensures future entry of veterinary data is fast, accurate and reliable.


As an exhibitor, VetIMPRESS will provide live demonstrations throughout the conference and showcase to visitors how the platform can provide solutions to everyday veterinary challenges with capabilities for improved data management, instant reporting at farm and animal level, improved efficiency, quick data collection around fertility among other areas and informed decision making based on clinical records.


“Our debut at the ACV Conference will provide VetIMPRESS with the opportunity to interact directly with the people involved in protecting farm animal health and welfare” said George Brownlee CEO and Founder. “VetIMPRESS is committed to strengthening the role of practitioners by presenting animal information that informs veterinary decisions and the tools to offer a high level of service to farm clients” added Brownlee. “By bringing animal data into a single dashboard and providing the platform to enrich it with clinical data, we are a trusted partner for farm vets across the UK and beyond. ACV offers the ideal forum for us to meet with industry professionals where we’ll be able to better understand their obstacles to success and demonstrate how partnering with VetIMPRESS can transform the way farm animal vets work.”


VetIMPRESS will be located at booth 15-18 at the ACV Conference, Stamford Grande Adelaide. 

Val Lees
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