Animal health and Welfare
Phylum works with all those involved in animal health and animal welfare: competent authorities, professional associations, veterinary care institutions, pharmaceutical laboratories and companies involved in animal production, with a wide range of missions.
The development of animal disease control policies.
Linked to international standards, Phylum is involved in the definition and implementation of animal disease prevention and control policies.
The strengthening of animal welfare management both in the animal industry and in public policies.
Phylum also participates in international standardisation.
Strategy, marketing and financial management for veterinary care facilities. Phylum is working on the development of an efficient offer in preventive medicine, on the development and growth of clusters of clinics or on the reasoning behind heavy investments in veterinary medicine.
The design and/or development of business information systems.
The management of information from different sources is a key factor of success in animal health and welfare management. During these missions, Phylum ensures the transfer of skills and capacity building of operational teams and managers.
Working for both the private and public sectors, Phylum has the capacity to develop concrete public-private partnerships.
Strengthening veterinary services and One Health policy in Kyrgyzstan
During several years, Phylum supported the Kyrgyz veterinary services in the implementation of the animal health component of an IFAD-funded programme with the OIE.
Design, development and support in the production of the Epifaune application
Phylum designed and developed the Epifaune application on behalf of the OFB (French Office for Biodiversity).
Epifaune is the tool that centralizes the data collected as part of the epidemiological surveillance of wildlife. Epifaune centralizes information concerning observations in the field as well as data on autopsies and analyzes carried out by laboratories.
Urbanization of CNOV information systems
While the missions of the french Order of Veterinarians (CNOV) will evolve in the short and medium terms, the CNOV wanted to initiate a reflection in order to identify the possible scenarios for the organization of its information system. Phylum produced an urbanization plan for the CNOV information system and defined the migration trajectory: project planning and definition of the various transitional states of the future information system.
Evaluation of the alternative "independent development / sale to a group" for a veterinary company
The consolidation of the veterinary care establishments sector, which started out in the United States and has gone global, opens up new strategic options for managers of independent companies in the sector. Phylum assists their managers in the comparative analysis of an autonomous development and a sale to a group.