Using Data To Get the Most Out of Your 2021

Punxsutawney Phil saw his shadow, so supposedly we’re in for another six weeks of winter. While we at Sikka enjoy this yearly forecasting ritual as much as anyone, the best forecasting requires a lot more than a shadow. It takes hard data…and lots of it. Luckily for you, we’re specialists in data.

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Please join us for a webinar entitled “Using Data To Get the Most Out of Your 2021”. Sikka experts Rory Byrne, GM of Fintech, and Venesa Lewis, Customer Success Manager, will be deep-diving into last year’s data within the retail healthcare industry to forecast and predict trends for what looks to be a promising 2021. Learn best practices and tools that utilize data from your own practice as well as nearby competitors and industry benchmarks.

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Going to the Dogs? Sikka Says Pet Parents Invest Heavily in Health of Their Pets

Despite COVID-19, U.S. Spending on Animals – Especially for Dental Procedures – Races Forward

Santa Clara, August 18, 2020: Sikka Software, a market leader in advancing retail healthcare connectivity, applications and insights, today announced the results of a months-long study into the veterinary industry about animal health during the COVID-19 crisis. Despite the devastating economic impact created by the pandemic across industries in the U.S., pet parents are investing in the health of their pets at a record pace.

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Sikka Software announces new service empowering retail healthcare to rebound from the economic impact of the COVID-19 pandemic

Sikka Insights delivers state- and county-level insight and analytics to support the rebound in the dental, orthodontic, chiropractic, optometry and veterinary industries

Santa Clara, CA – June 3, 2020 – Sikka Software, a market leader in advancing retail healthcare connectivity, applications and insights, today announced the launch of Sikka Insights. This new analytics service encompasses the retail healthcare ecosystem of practices, manufacturers, distributors, financial institutions and service providers.

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