Vets First Choice Makes Inc. 5000 List for the 4th Time
PORTLAND, Maine — Vets First Choice, the leading provider of veterinary pharmacy, prescription management and compliance marketing services, is one of America’s fastest-growing companies, according to Inc. Magazine. The company was named to the Inc. 5000 list of private companies posting the largest three-year revenue growth through the end of 2014; this is the fourth time VFC has been on the list.
Vets First Choice ended 2014 with revenue of $45.2 million, a 526% increase over 2011 figures. The company currently employs 160 people at its Portland, Maine headquarters and customer fulfillment centers in Omaha and Manhattan, Kansas, a number they expect to double within the next year. Vets First Choice recently announced that it had received a significant investment by the private investment firm Clayton, Dubilier & Rice (CD&R) and existing shareholders to accelerate and expand the company’s presence and services to veterinary practices across the U.S.
“Making the Inc. 5000 list is a testament to the efforts of our dedicated team, who have worked so hard to further our mission of helping veterinarians be more efficient and effective in managing their practices,” said Benjamin Shaw, Founder and CEO. “We are excited about what the future holds as we partner with more veterinary practices across the U.S.”
About Vets First Choice
Vets First Choice is a leading provider of cloud-based prescription management, pharmacy services, marketing solutions, and practice analytics for equine and companion animal veterinary practitioners nationwide. Its services result in improved practice profitability, better prescription compliance, reduced inventory and increased client engagement. The Company has been recognized by national accreditation boards, including Vet-VIPPS and PCAB, for exceptional quality, service, and performance. For more information, please visit www.vetsfirstchoice.com.
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