The immediate installation of a POS software package should be perfect for the latest round of pharmacy start-ups, directly after the new med school graduates have registered their businesses. For them, the installation of a pharmacy pos software system would hardly be a case of hitting the ground running owing to the fact that as typical millennials, they would be more than familiar in the way that innovative software systems operate.
They would be more than well-equipped from an intellectual point of view to take full advantage of the proactive nature of such systems. At this early stage of their pharmaceutical careers, they would need no introduction to both the advantages and challenges of online trading and communication. But for so-called old-school or established retail pharmacy traders, perhaps some adjustment will be required.
A virtually complete overhaul of their existing customs would be required. Old cash registers would have to be unplugged and carted off. New email notifications to established medical clients and sales/supply associates would have to be sent out. Invitations would be made to them to connect to the new POS network, bearing in mind that stakeholders across the board would still have freedom of choice, in much the same way that their customers and patients would.
But at the same time, such customers and patients are easily swayed to make correct decisions based on the expert advice given to them by their specialist practitioners and traders. Such advice will still be characterised by ethics and integrity, endeavouring to deliver what should be in the best interest of all parties concerned. It is hard to envision all related stakeholders not buying into the still-innovative pharmacy pos software system, also bearing in mind that it is not exactly breaking news anymore.