GVL®, a leading provider of technology solutions to veterinarians and animal health professionals, announced today the launch of its newly designed logo, branding elements and website at www.globalvetlink.com.
“GVL is a rapidly growing company serving over 5,000 veterinarians through its continuously expanding animal health and movement solutions for all species,” said GVL Chief Revenue Officer Brett Keirstead. “Our new logo design and branding reflects that growth, and visually represents our strength in security and compliance, as well as GVL’s forward thinking and innovation.”
In addition to the logo and branding elements, GVL launched a new public website design and interface. The redesigned website features a streamlined and simplified design with enriched content areas to help animal health practitioners learn about current events and topics in the industry.
“We wanted to provide the best experience possible for our customers and website visitors,” added Keirstead. “Our new website provides improved functionality, organized content and additional resources for education in the industry, like the GVL blog.”
GVL’s website will continue to be updated frequently with news about company products and events, as well as relevant topics to the animal health industry. Visitors are encouraged to explore the new website and sign up for GVL’s mailing list to receive direct emails, news and information.
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, Equine Infectious Anemia (EIA) or Coggins tests, veterinary prescriptions, diagnostic results consolidation and analysis, and Veterinary Feed Directives (VFDs). GVL connects veterinarians, 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, go to www.globalvetlink.com.