The good example being utilized here takes into account the local retail pharmacy. Not wishing to be complacent but perhaps it is fair to suggest that a small, country town retail pharmacy store might not see fit to utilize this system. After all, it is only dealing with a handful of customers at any one time. But then again; all it takes is just one day. Just one day of business when you wish you had your pharmacy pos software system.
Because one day it happens. There’s a little old lady some ways outside of town who, grievously ill, needs her medication. And lo and behold. The downtown pharmacy store doesn’t have it. How long it takes to get that medication over is a worry. Because by the time it does arrive it could be too late. It doesn’t have to be. All that store had to do, any store for that matter, is just install a pharmacy pos software program.
It keeps good tabs of those patients who are already on the retail pharmacist’s books. It provides him with a direct link to the GP. It also provides him with a direct link to the drug manufacturer and the agents that must arrange for the quick delivery of those much-needed drugs. In spite of the fact that suburban to urban retail pharmacists are dealing with much heavier caseloads, it’s still a lot easier.
The POS system does most of the work for them. Keeping taps and ordering in whenever necessary. And making sure that deliveries are always on time. It’s also a good system to have that helps keep the small to medium-sized retail pharmacy store chain profitable. Medication and its related products are never cheap these days but costs to customers could become manageable.