Allows pet owners to use their veterinarian’s web site more effectively on their smartphones.
GUELPH, ONTARIO – A growing number of consumers are using their smartphones to research information, access services, and purchase products. Veterinary practices that use LifeLearn’s WebDVM4 website design, development and hosting service can now provide easy access to their websites via a mobile device, with LifeLearn’s new WebDVM Mobile service.
“Technology has changed the way veterinary practices need to interact with their clients,” said James Carroll, chief operating officer of LifeLearn. “Pet owners, like most consumers, have come to expect immediate access to information, including pet health information. WebDVM4 meets this need by making our veterinary websites more accessible and easier to navigate from any web-enabled smartphone.”
Web sites using the WebDVM4 platform will now automatically recognize mobile devices and configure page layouts for better readability and navigation on a small touch screen. WebDVM4 is optimized for display and performance on all major mobile platforms including Apple iOS, Android, Blackberry, and Windows Mobile, yet the overall branding of a veterinary practice’s mobile web site remains consistent with its traditional site. WebDVM4 is the first web site service for the veterinary industry to provide this level of mobile functionality, and LifeLearn is providing WebDVM Mobile as part of WebDVM4 at no additional cost to subscribers.
In additional to mobile-optimized access, WebDVM4 provides other benefits such as easy integration with social media outlets, the ability for site visitors to bookmark and share information, advanced search engine optimization tools, a powerful and easy-to-use content management system, and integration with ecommerce and email marketing systems.
WebDVM4 also integrates with LifeLearn’s ClientEd Online™ service that delivers more than 1,200 trusted and reliable client education articles right to a practice’s web site, updated weekly. For more information on WebDVM4 or ClientEd Online, visit www.LifeLearn.com.
For more information, contact:
Chief Operating Officer
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