Updates to navigation and functionality affect all GVL users
Today veterinary software provider GVL® (GlobalVetLink) released a redesigned software platform to all users, including veterinarians and clinic staff, animal owners and clients (MyVetLink), feed mills, diagnostic laboratories and state animal health officials.
“Overall we’ve improved the GVL platform with more consistent and simplified navigation, which provides a more intuitive and streamlined process for users,” explains GVL VP of Product Matt Keller. “The new GVL interface allows users to more quickly and easily find what they need, and complete tasks faster and more efficiently.”
GVL updated the workflows for these digital certificates: Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (CVIs) / health certificates, Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) / Coggins test certificates, Extended Equine Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (EECVIs), and Veterinary Feed Directives (VFDs).
Training videos and resources for the new GVL platform are available to users at www.globalvetlink.com. GVL also provides customer support every day from 7:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m.
“While the improved user experience is the most obvious benefit of these coming changes, our engineers have actually been hard at work completely rebuilding our platform from the bottom up,” Keller added. “This means that GVL will not only be more responsive and faster for our users, but this new technology will allow us to build new features and products more quickly in the future.”
Learn more about the redesigned GVL software platform for veterinarians and animal health professionals at www.globalvetlink.com.
GVL provides animal health practitioners with unique, web-based software solutions that simplify processes, compliance and communication. The GVL platform enables users to quickly and accurately create digital Certificates of Veterinary Inspection (CVIs) or health certificates, Extended Equine CVIs (EECVIs), Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) or Coggins tests, veterinary prescriptions, diagnostic results consolidation and analysis, and Veterinary Feed Directives (VFDs). GVL connects veterinarians with producers and animal owners, state animal health officials, feed distributors, veterinary diagnostic laboratories and other animal health industry partners to improve animal wellness and safety. For more information, visit www.globalvetlink.com.