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VetCloud, a Serbian startup working to develop cloud-based record management system for vets, has announced that it has raised 25,000 euros in funding from Eleven, a relatively-new Bulgarian startup accelerator. In exchange, Eleven will receive 8% ownership in the company.
We got in touch with the co-founder of VetCloud Ivan Vesic to understand their future plans.
The main idea came during Vesic and his co-founder Milan Djordjevic search for a new business, as a friend suggested to solve problems of veterinarians. With an input from Serbian and Californian veterinarians, the startup aims a long tail, small and mid-size vet practices, offering a cloud-based, and a mobile solution to keep species-specific records, improve inventory management, add business analytics, and share animal records with their owners. Go-to-market model is reliant on PR in the western industry media as well as trade fairs, according to Vesic.
For the time being, VetCloud’s website is in a free beta. The company aims to help veterinarians keep track of the animals health history. The company states that they intend to make the software available for all browsers and as an Android and iOS app, but there’s no information on pricing at the moment.
In the UK we came across an interesting ecommerce website Doolittles’ Dispensary which enables the owners of dogs, cats and horses register their pet to receive a tailored health plan as well as subscribe to receive regular medications.
There are good old desktop software packages on the market helping vets keep track of the pets’ records, such as Vetanium or Vet Blues. Indeed, according to this article on the topic, there are more than 50 software options currently available to veterinarians, amongst them Vet-One, a cloud-based system.
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