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HealthyPet Acquires Veterinary Metrics

HealthyPet has acquired Vet Met. The Atlanta-based company offers analytics products and services that are designed to identify areas of operational inefficiency and uncover missed revenue opportunities in veterinary practices.

September 7, 2010, 5:30 p.m., EDT

HealthyPet Acquires Veterinary MetricsHealthyPet, a provider of veterinary client communication and education tools, has acquired Veterinary Metrics Inc., also known as Vet Met. The Atlanta-based company offers analytics products and services that are designed to identify areas of operational inefficiency and uncover missed revenue opportunities in veterinary practices.

“HealthyPet and Vet Met share a common goal of helping veterinarians improve their practices through simple, easy-to-use communication and data analytics services,” said Brian Tennyson, CEO of HealthyPet. “Vet Met clients will benefit from HealthyPet’s industry-leading communication services platform and HealthyPet clients will benefit from Vet Met’s proprietary software, practice analytics and implementation strategies.”

Vet Met’s management team will remain in place and continue to operate out of its Atlanta office.

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