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Fire Captain Mandolini on Operative IQ Training

When Operative IQ rolled out its Professional Services: Onsite Training, we were excited to see how much benefit customers would truly gain from the face-to-face training. As it turns out, there is a clear advantage to onsite training over traditional/virtual training. In a brief interview with Fire Captain Josh Mandolini of the Big Bear Fire Department in Big Bear Lake, California, the benefits of onsite training became apparent: Learning how the software can fit the agency’s needs, and the ability to go beyond “good enough”.

Protect Against the Preventable...Simple Steps to Officer Safety

For a law enforcement officer, every day on the job is dangerous. In preparation to start a shift, officers kiss their family’s goodbye, so they can go out in the world to protect ours – and they are happy to do it. Highly trained officers do a great job keeping their minds, body and gear in top shape. We often see police officers exercising, inspecting & cleaning their equipment and wearing protective gear that will save their lives. But what about the ultimate asset that officers depend on every day – their cruisers?

Top Ways to Control your Inventory Levels as a Veterinary Practice Manager

Not only is it important for a veterinary practice manager to look at financial reporting, medical records and community involvement, it is also critical for Managers to find innovative ways to keep their staff focused on patient care and less on inventory counts. So, how do you create new ways to free up your staff and control patient care? Below are just a few tips around the ways to communicate with your distributors, get your clinical team to buy in and save your veterinary office time and money.