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jInventory - Powerful Veterinary practice management software

Saturday, December 14, 2019

Cloud-based Veterinary Management System

jInventory Cloud-based Veterinary Management System

Simple yet efficient

Joyce Software jInventory is a cloud-based veterinary practice management software, making life at the practice easier through the enhancement of client and care processes. Built on twenty years of knowhow, our intuitive system is at the forefront of practice management technology. jInventory helps vets in all sectors of the veterinary profession including hundreds of first opinion practices, farm and equine vets as well as large referral and university hospitals. As a web-based service, jInventory can be accessed anywhere and anytime. All you need is a device connected to internet, such as a computer, laptop or tablet. jInventory enables immediate access. No extra installations are needed. Why not try it yourself, it’s completely free for one month!

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Stock Management

Allows you to control your stock from one place, produce price lists and keep track of inventory. Also, you can conveniently export data for auditing purposes. Managing the sales articles and creating orders to suppliers directly from jInventory smoothens your daily workflow Try Free for 30 days

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Fully automated reminders...

...means that you can create triggers, such as adding a medicine or procedure on a consultation, which will create a pre-set reminder to be sent automatically to the client. You may for example want to trigger a vaccination reminder to be sent in after 365 days, when a certain vaccine is added to the consultation.

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Patient and Client Records

You can keep all visit, diagnosis, treatment, invoicing and communication records in one place, and search and browse your database history efficiently. You can store client’s name, address, phone number and email address, and also include notes related to the client. For the animals you can store more extensive information: in addition to the basic data, it is possible to store identification data, such as a microchip number or a tattoo identifier, and also include images, text files and PDF files. Try Free for 30 days

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