North Central US Animal Health Association Tours GVL

by | May 15, 2019 | Blog, Featured | 0 comments

GVL had the honor of hosting the North Central US Animal Health Association (NCUSAHA) during their 2019 Annual Meeting on Tuesday, May 14th.

The Midwest group of state veterinarians and animal health officials made the short trip from their conference in Des Moines, Iowa to Ames, Iowa for a brief presentation and a tour of the GVL offices, as well as some refreshments.

We were happy to visit with NCUSAHA members and share an inside look into how GVL operates, including introducing some of the GVL customer success, engineering, marketing, product and sales team staff.

State animal health officials govern regulations and emergencies throughout the U.S., which is why GVL works closely with groups like the USAHA. We want to ensure that our platform and software services provide a truly compliant and complete solution for veterinarians and animal health professionals.

In fact, one of GVL’s first major milestones — after diligently following up with every state veterinarian — was ensuring that GVL digital health certificates were accepted by every U.S. state and territory as official animal documentation.

GVL is proud to continue working with the USAHA and state animal health officials, and we thank the NCUSAHA members for their time and for fitting a GVL visit into their annual meeting agenda.

Photos from the event

About USAHA

The United States Animal Health Association (USAHA), the nation’s animal health forum for over a century, is a science-based, non-profit, voluntary organization. Its 1,100 members are state and federal animal health officials, national allied organizations, regional representatives, and individual members…

About GVL

GVL was founded in 2001 to streamline communication in the animal health industry with a web-based software solution. Our web-based software systems connect veterinarians, animal owners and producers, diagnostic laboratories, animal health companies, feed distributors and state animal health officials…