Amazon CARES Selects Vetter Software’s Cloud Practice Management Solution to Streamline Operations

Today we announced that we have partnered with Amazon Community Animal Rescue, Education and Safety (CARES), a not-for-profit organization serving the Peruvian Amazon community. As part of the partnership Amazon CARES will use our cloud practice management solution to improve control in its no-kill shelter and veterinary clinic.

“Currently everything is done by manual process,” said Manuela Rodrigues, President and Executive Director of Amazon CARES. “It has been hard to keep patients records, inventory, employees time cards and generally manage our operations. Vetter Software will help us gain better control of the whole clinic operations, including how much money is coming in, how much money is going out, patient electronic records, inventory of medicine and supplies and interfacing directly with our suppliers once the stocks hit low level.”

“Amazon CARES provides a valuable service to the animals and people of the Peruvian Amazon region,” said Sagi Solomon, CEO and Founder of Vetter Software. “Like all not-for-profit organizations, finding ways to do more with available resources is an on-going challenge. We’re proud to help Amazon CARES improve efficiency and reduce costs through the use of our solution, which translates directly into allowing more of the organization’s resources to be invested to serving the animals and people of the communities of the Peruvian Amazon region.”

About Amazon CARES

Amazon Community Animal Rescue, Education and Safety (CARES) seeks better health and living conditions for all living beings in the Peruvian Amazon region. This includes appropriate care, respect, and protection from cruelty and neglect. Amazon CARES is rooted in the Peruvian Amazon community with a team of Peruvian veterinarians, clinic and shelter staff, and volunteers. Amazon CARES manages a no-kill animal shelter with active adoption and adoption follow-up programs, a low cost, modern veterinary clinic in the city of Iquitos, Peru, humane education and assisted animal therapy programs and an international veterinary volunteer program for spay/neuter clinics in more remote areas of the Amazon. To learn more about Amazon CARES please visit Like us on Facebook at and follow us on Twitter @AmazonCares.