Full control over your stocks and shortage avoidance.
It’s not very pleasant for pharmacists to have to tell customers they have a product because it appears on their ERP system only to discover that it is not actually in stock. Besides, when placing orders with a supplier, the pharmacist won’t have a reliable picture of existing stocks, meaning erroneous purchasing decisions may be made. In addition, knowing the ‘turnaround time’ of products (in other words how long it takes for them to sell) helps in deciding whether to purchase one brand over another.
It’s not hard to understand that when a pharmacy also has an e-shop (it’s very own e-pharmacy) this becomes a real imperative. There are two methods that can be used in situations like this: