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BVEC’s comprehensive services encompass preventative health care including vaccinations and routine dental work, lameness and poor performance investigations, to emergency colic operations. In addition, the practice also provides regenerative therapy and internal medicine services to recommend a prompt diagnosis and suitable treatment.
Promoting the welfare of the animals at the practice
Recent advances in sports science has resulted in technology becoming increasingly
integrated and essential to success in a variety of horse disciplines. To cement
its standing as one of the UK’s leading equine clinic’s, BVEC wanted to invest in
modern technology to replace its previous GE and Sun-
BVEC approached its longstanding supplier, Bartec Technologies Ltd (Bartec – which
is now part of the LabLogic Group), to provide a state-
Bartec specialise in the supply, delivery, installation and support of nuclear medicine and molecular imaging equipment and accessories. The company is the UK and Ireland’s exclusive supplier for Mediso which manufacture the widest range of gamma cameras in the world along with advanced imaging systems.
As the leading supplier to the UK and Europe for veterinary nuclear scintigraphy equipment, Bartec was able to recommend the world leading Mediso AnyScan imaging system to BVEC. The pioneering, multimodality solution represents a new integrated approach to medical imaging and delivers more enhanced diagnostic capabilities than separate modalities are capable of.
“Bartec’s experience of implementing Mediso systems and proven track record of success
in the pre-
Investing in modern technology to remain a leading equine clinic
Expanding equine practices face the challenge of how to keep up with advancements in new technology while budgeting for additional financial outlays, such as recruiting additional staff, ongoing administration fees and tax liabilities.
Mike Bewick, Sales and Marketing Director at Bartec Technologies, comments, “It was clear that BVEC would struggle to purchase AnyScan upfront as well as the associated implementation and maintenance fees. So we were committed to finding a more cost effective way to enable the practice to unlock the potential of the system by paying for it over a period of time instead of in one lump sum.”
Bartec turned to its trusted partner Wesleyan Bank to determine whether it could offer a bespoke finance package with spread payment terms that would be beneficial to the interests of all parties.
As a specialist provider of unique finance solutions for IT vendors and resellers,
Wesleyan Bank was able to propose affordable financing to BVEC without the need for
capital expenditure to drive the business’s ambitious growth plans. This consisted
of a payment over time agreement to cover the cost of purchasing the AnyScan system
over a five-
Mike Bewick continues, “This deal wouldn’t have been possible without Wesleyan Bank’s flexible finance solution and proactive support from our dedicated account manager in tailoring an agreement which offered peace of mind to everyone. BVEC has been able to rapidly access the modern technology it required to remain the leaders in its field in an increasingly competitive marketplace.
“While at Bartec, we have received the money from Wesleyan Bank for the cost of purchasing the Mediso AnyScan system which underpins our own ambitious growth plans for the future.”
Results and benefits for the end user and supplier
Bartec successfully implemented AnyScan on time in October and BVEC has been delighted
by how the cutting-
Jeremy Swan adds, “AnyScan is transforming our business model and assists our customers to spot the exact location, size, nature and extent of injury anywhere within a horse’s body. Demand has been very high and in the first week of implementing the system we performed six scans alone, which is not only paying for the cost of the technology but also maximising our profitability levels.
“Thanks to Bartec and Wesleyan Bank, they were able to make AnyScan affordable at
the right time and are very approachable to work with. This has enabled BVEC to be
trendsetters in equine scintigraphy and provide a value-
LabLogic Group Holdings has announced the acquisition of Bartec Technologies Ltd.
Richard Brown, CEO of the LabLogic Group said, “We are delighted to welcome Bartec to the LabLogic Group. Our businesses are naturally aligned, as we share an understanding of similar technology and operate in similar markets.
“More importantly though, Bartec’s reputation, ethos and business values are in line with those of the LabLogic Group.Both organisations are highly respected and hold a long established reputation within their markets. Both are committed to quality, providing exceptional service and developing long term mutually beneficial customer relationships.
Left : Richard Brown, CEO, LabLogic Group Holdings.
Right : Grahame McCraken Managing Director, Bartec Technologies
“In the future, we hope to build upon the solid foundations that have made Bartec successful over previous decades. We are committed to investing in people and continuing to provide customers with the best possible experience.”
As part of the acquisition, Bartec’s current Managing Director and founder, Grahame McCracken, will retire in 2018 after dedicating over 40 years to the Nuclear Medicine community. Grahame commented, “I am very proud to leave the company in such capable hands and with such a bright future. I would like to thank all the staff and customers who have made Bartec what it is today. I have no doubt that the company will go from strength to strength under the guidance of the LabLogic Group and the new managing director.”
As a result of Grahame’s retirement, the current Sales & Marketing Director, Mike Bewick, will take over as Managing Director. Mike said, “I am honoured to take the position as Managing Director of Bartec and would like to thank Grahame McCracken for leading the company admirably for so many years. The team and I wish him a long and happy retirement. “I am confident that this acquisition will have a positive impact on all aspects of the business, and that the high levels of service and support that our customers have come to expect will be maintained. If anyone would like to discuss the acquisition, please don’t hesitate in contacting me.”
Wesleyan Bank helps leading equine clinic to race ahead with new system from Bartec Technologies
Established in 1951, Bourton Vale Equine Clinic (BVEC) is an independent, well-