CUBEX has helped thousands of veterinarians maximize the health of their practice. Read through our case studies and watch our videos demonstrating how CUBEX solutions have directly impacted veterinary clinics. Below are stories shared by just a few.
Camala Bailey, CPA, CVA
A Certified Public Accountant, Cammi is also a Certified Valuation Analyst. She has over 20 years of experience as a veterinary-focused financial professional
Pamela Stevenson, CVPM
With a 40 years career split equally between practice management and consulting, Pam Stevenson has helped hundreds of veterinary practices build efficiency and profitability.
Mark Magazou, II, MPA, JD Saint Francis Veterinary Center President & CEO
It may seem harmless or even smart to have a lot of excess stock, but manual inventory is a drag in more ways than you might think. We fully automated our inventory ten years ago and haven’t looked back; in retrospect, there are three reasons smart inventory cabinets have really made sense for us at Saint Francis Veterinary Center, and why they seem poised to be come one of the trends of the coming decade.
A CUBEX Case Study Performed by Fritz Wood
Practice owners and managers know that their second largest expense is inventory. Labor is number one, then Cost of Goods Sold is next. Anecdotal evidence suggests inventory management is lacking, that inventory is not generally professionally monitored and managed. Abundant opportunities for bottom line improvement exist.
Dawn Todd manages Noah’s Ark Companion Animal Hospital, a 2-doctor practice near Ashville, NC. Learn how CUBEX brought her peace of mind, decreased narcotics risk and improved practice profitability, all while costing just $1.
Learn how Cubex has impacted Pharmacy & Supply Profitability at Deer Creek Animal Hospital.
Hear how Dr. Rick Campbell has lowered his costs and improved hospital efficiencies with CUBEX.
Learn how Cubex has impacted Pharmacy & Supply Profitability at Wellington Veterinary Clinic.
Learn how Cubex has impacted Pharmacy & Supply Profitability at University Animal Hospital.