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Business Infusions delivers best-in-class equine health software technology solutions to equine veterinarians, trainers and racing authorities globally.

Business Infusions has been serving the equine veterinary market since 2006. The veterinary group behind the software, initially led by Dr. Greg Andrews, an equine vet of 35+ years, designed and built the software to solve three primary issues they experienced in their 26 vet, multi-disciplinary equine facility:

  • Inadequate inventory/medicines control and invoicing/billing
  • Missed billings for professional services
  • Improper compensation models for equine veterinarians

After initially developing the software inside Moore Equine Veterinary Services for three years, the software, called HVMS, went live in the facility. Profitability increased by double digits due to the ability to capture records/invoicing efficiently and increase control over inventory/medicines. The tenets that led software development continue to hold true.

The further the vet steps away from the patient in time and space, the less accurate medical records and billing become. Therefore, the ability to automatically capture all charges (professional serviced and inventory) while entering medical records shifts the focus to proper medical records, not billing. As well, veterinarian compensation should be based on professional services delivered.

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While solving the real time problems many equine veterinarians faced, HVMS quickly became the leading equine practice management software in North America, followed by the United Kingdom, Middle East, and Australia. HVMS software is largely focused on the mid to large size equine practice (5+ equine veterinarians) so we built another equine software program that solves similar problems for the smaller practice and solo equine vet, Cassadol. This software has quickly become a leading offering for smaller equine practices since it’s launch in 2020.

Business Infusions was acquired in 2021 with the intention of expanding the offering through additional product development, providing additional value add services to customers and to acquire other best-in-class software platforms, all of which become additive to the Business Infusions offering, all in the equine segment.

The first acquisition by Business Infusions was Equine MediRecord, based in Ireland, which is a software compliance provider to animal welfare and anti-doping regulators with a focus on trainer led record entry. Equine Medi Record has deployed it software to organizations like Pegasus World Cup, Breeders’ Cup World Championships, and the Saudi Cup.

The Vision of Business Infusions is to be the go-to Software Partner for Equine Veterinarians, Equine Trainers and Regulators Around the World


We know what it takes to develop, implement, and support equine software. It’s all we do.

Years of combined equine technician and hospital consulting experience.
Years of equine veterinary software design and deployments.

We have worked with thousands of equine veterinarians and staff with our existing suite of veterinary software programs, providing practice management software solutions to some of the world’s largest veterinary practices.

Our flagship product, HVMS, has been designed for medium to large equine veterinary practices needing a highly configurable software system to manage multiple locations, vehicles, doctors, and modalities.

Cassadol Equine was established in 2020, based on direct feedback from veterinarians looking for a simple cloud-based program to manage their solo-doctor equine practices.

You Wanted Something Clean, Mobile, and Affordable.
We Delivered.


What’s In The Name Cassadol?

With the deep roots of our company and the practice that our software started in, we needed to pay tribute to the equine veterinarian. With this guiding principle, Cassadol began to take shape.

When we researched the early days of equine practice, we found a remarkable thought leader and pioneer in Dr. Margaret Phyllis Lose, the first female equine veterinarian in the United States and proud owner of her beloved mare, Cassadol. Since the story can be told more eloquently by others, here is a direct excerpt from the article that inspired us.

Dr. Phyllis Lose is best known for being the first female equine veterinarian in the United States, a truly remarkable accolade and a saint to the women who would follow in her footsteps.

Don’t hold this against me, but she is equally my hero because, at the ripe old age of 9, she convinced her parents to help her buy a horse and let her keep it in the garage. Of course, that was only after she rode her bike down to the local police station and asked if it was okay.

Dr. Lose has smarts like Einstein, a love for horses like Velvet Brown, and a story like Forrest Gump. She has been everywhere and done everything, and she’s not done yet.

At 13, her pony had outgrown its garage stall, and young Phyllis convinced her parents to let her rent an unused barn from a neighbor and make an income boarding horses, with great success. As she carefully saved her pennies, Phyllis was already hatching her plan to pursue her dream job as an equine vet.

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At 15, she began exercising racehorses at the track, with some remarkable stories of near-death experiences. They weren’t enough to scare her off, apparently, because, at 19, she was able to convince the track stewards to let her test and certify to become the youngest racehorse trainer in the country. She was one of only three women training in the U.S. at the time, too.

Throughout all her strenuous studies, managing the barn, and training and exercising racehorses, Phyllis still found time to train herself as a showjumper and won many prizes on her own horses as well as riding for clients. In 1952, she rode her own beloved mare, Cassadol, to victory in the iconic Devon Horse Show Open Jumper Class.

When Phyllis graduated from the University of Pennsylvania veterinary school in 1957, good horse clients were not easily amassed by a female vet. She took on bizarre cases — like deodorizing a pet skunk or working as the on-call vet for the circus, and dangerous cases, like horses no other vet could approach — so that she could earn the trust of potential clients. She was excellent at her work but she also says that much of her success was due to her stubborn inability to give up on a horse, and her drive to alleviate their discomfort.

She gradually built a network of well-respected clients, and with the help of film star Grace Kelly, she opened her own private practice, Circle E Equine Hospital. It was one of the most states of the art facilities in the world, and Dr. Lose kept an extremely tight ship. She credits her cleanliness and sterilization methods with her record of zero post-surgical infections, a record she still has to this day.

In addition to her private practice, Dr. Lose held many esteemed positions, including primary care vet to the Philadelphia Mounted Police and K-9 Unit, the largest equine unit in the country, and the track vet at Philadelphia Park. She also authored two well known equine medicine books: Blessed are the Foals, and Blessed are the Broodmares.

In 1999, she relocated to Florida, but at 73, she wasn’t interested in retiring. So Florida made her take her veterinary board exams again. “I was the oldest person there,” she told Veterinary Practice News. “I had to take them on the computer, and I was still the first to finish.” She then proceeded to work as a track vet for many more years.

There isn’t enough time or space to share her all her stories, her injuries, her pets, her accolades, or how she came to use a Harley for vet calls. For that matter, every time that someone tries to tell her story, she goes on to do 10 more amazing things, so I dare not say the story is finished. Dr. Lose and her beloved terrier mix, Oscar, currently reside in Haines, Florida.”

Her story inspired us all.