Too Busy to Update Your Veterinary Software?

Are you thinking about upgrading your veterinary software, but are concerned about the potential disruption it may bring to your already busy practice?  


Although contemplating a software switchover right now may seem scary, the reality is that veterinary practices are not going to get quieter. If anything, they're going to get busier. If you want to maximize the impact a new system has, now is the time to get started.  


Reduce the Time Wasted on Manual Systems and Processes 

While there are many things that your current software can do, there are likely quite a few things that it can't. The longer you wait to upgrade your software, the more time (and potentially money) is spent completing manual processes like making lists, using spreadsheets, or taking manual inventories, all of which could be automated with modern software.  


Take the Strain off Your Staff 

Your employees are, no doubt, already working as hard as they can to ensure every patient gets the very best treatment and every pet owner gets the quality service they deserve. Particularly at a time when veterinary practices are facing unprecedented demand, many employees are reaching a point where their heavy workload has the potential to lead to burnout.   


Future-proof Your Systems 

The manual processes and inefficient workflows that are associated with outdated software add to the workload of workers that are already at maximum capacity. Installing fresh, intuitive software that has the capacity to automate large numbers of processes can make a major difference to veterinary staff morale.   


The need for fresh software is not going to go away by delaying its installation. Biting the bullet and getting that software upgrade done now won't just make a big difference to workloads, efficiency, productivity, and morale in the short term, it's also going to set your practice up for sustainable success moving forward.    


Book a chat with an IDEXX software expert to learn how our cloud software can help your practice.