ImproMed, LLC, a Butler Schein Company and a leading developer of business and medical management software for the veterinary industry, today announced the promotion of Chad Goding to the position of Software Engineer.
Mr. Goding previously held the position of Customer Support Representative at ImproMed. Mr. Goding, originally from Oshkosh, WI, is currently a student at the University of Wisconsin-Oshkosh studying Computer Science, and will be responsible for development of new software features using Delphi and Microsoft SQL, maintaining existing software in Delphi, and constructing high quality code. In addition, he will participate in various stages of software projects including analyzing, coding, and testing of software, while providing post-production support to customers.
ImproMed, a subsidiary of Butler Schein Animal Health, is a leading developer and provider of business and medical management software for the veterinary industry. ImproMed’s initial product, Infinity, has brought veterinary practice management to an entirely new level with industry-leading innovations and advancements. ImproMed’s commitment to improving the veterinary business management industry began in 1979 with the introduction of the first practice management system. Since then ImproMed has enhanced knowledge management by offering the leading advancements in technology, interfaces with more companies, and software solutions for today's veterinarian.
About Butler Schein Animal Health
Butler Schein Animal Health, the U.S. veterinary division of Henry Schein, Inc. (NASDAQ: HSIC), is the leading companion animal health distribution company in the United States. Headquartered in Dublin, Ohio, Butler Schein Animal Health employs approximately 900 Team Members, including 300 field sales representatives and 200 telesales and customer support representatives. With 17 strategically positioned, state-of-the-art distribution facilities and 12 inside sales centers nationwide, Butler Schein Animal Health maintains an order-to-fill ratio in excess of 98 percent.
Partnering with more than 400 leading animal health manufacturers worldwide, Butler Schein Animal Health is positioned to bring the broadest selection of veterinary products, strategic solutions, and technology software to more than 26,000 veterinary professionals nationwide, including: a comprehensive product offering for companion animal, equine and large animal practices; quality private-label products at an affordable value; an extensive line of capital equipment and supply products; as well as biologics, diagnostics, nutritionals, parasiticides and pharmaceuticals. For more information, visit www.butlerschein.com.