The recent graduate of medicine school enters the retail pharmacy market at a good time. Because while he is in the process of setting up his first retail pharmacy practice he will be including the installation of a retail pharmacy inventory system together with the rest of his store inventory. This system requires no heavy lifting and installation work because it will be slipped directly into the new retail pharmacist’s desktop and front of store PC terminals.
Retail pharmacists who have been in the game for a number of years are not about to lose out or fall behind new competitors. Indeed, as well-established practitioners, they would have years of experience on their side. They should know how to run a retail business by now. And because of their good reputation, they would never have lost their regular customers. Time for an upgrade. There is always time for an upgrade.
And because the business has grown, they will have been introduced to the retail pharmacy inventory system by now. This is a system that has already been in use by the larger pharmaceutical firms that are responsible for developing, patenting and dispensing their drugs to a wide market. Such inventories can never be kept out of date. The pharmacy inventory system makes sure that no stock is ever lost.
The retail pharmacist also knows ahead of time when a new order consignment must be processed. This is a system that can also be linked to the retail pharmacist’s customers. These will be both doctors and their patients. Already, the doctors can place their orders the moment they have recorded their prescriptions. And then it is not long before the patients receive their prescribed medication.
All because of a system that works.