Over the next month, we’ll be featuring the startups who have been selected to be part of the VMX Startup Circles. These companies have been selected from over 50 companies who applied. Three of those companies will be shortlisted to pitch for cash prizes on Monday, January 15th from 4-5:30pm in the East Learning Theater in the Orange County Convention Center expo floor.
Our first featured company is Inventory Ally, the Veterinary Innovation Summit pitch competition winner.
Inventory Ally is a specialized inventory management software for veterinary professionals. It aims to reduce inventory costs, streamline processes, and alleviate the overwhelm associated with inventory management. The software uses a practice’s order history to optimize weekly cycle count schedules, prioritizing items based on value and sales volume. It also offers recommendations on what to order, ensuring efficient and cost-effective inventory management. This tool is designed to be user-friendly and accessible via computer or mobile device, providing a comprehensive solution for practice owners and inventory managers.
For more details, please visit Inventory Ally’s website
Next up: VetSnoot Training Academy.
VetSnoot Training Academy offers comprehensive online training and leadership coaching for veterinary teams. Their program focuses on developing confidence, exceptional client experiences, and effective communication. The curriculum is customized to each veterinary practice’s unique needs and includes individual and team goals aimed at enhancing skills and clinic revenue. Additionally, VetSnoot provides leadership coaching, a supportive community for students and graduates, and various strategies to improve clinic culture and client relationships.
For more detailed information, you can visit their website here.