PerceptiMed noted that Srikumar brings more than 30 years of manufacturing experience to the company. Previously, he held management positions at Solectron, Flextronics and Aviat Networks.
Srikumar, known as “Sri,” holds BE (Indian Institute of Science, India) and M.Tech (Indian Institute of Technology, India) degrees in Material Science and a M.S. (University of Oklahoma) in Industrial Engineering.
“We are very pleased with Sri joining the PerceptiMed management team at a time when PerceptiMed is facing increasing customer demand for its scripClip will call products,” commented Bob Curry, chief executive officer of PerceptiMed, maker of scripClip will-call automation systems and IdentRx machine vision verification systems. “Sri’s manufacturing expertise will help PerceptiMed efficiently and quickly meet this growing demand.”
According to PerceptiMed, pharmacies save time by quickly and electronically locating will-call prescriptions and by not having to file prescription bags either alphabetically or numerically. The scripClip pharmacy application tracks every will-call prescription, even from central fill, the company said.
ScripClips come in multiple form factors, giving pharmacy cashiers the power to quickly locate prescriptions in will-call paper bags as well as hanging bags, PerceptiMed added. The located prescription will flash and optionally sound when located. In addition, the company said, scripClip brings major time savings to the identification of aged prescriptions for return-to-stock. All prescriptions in will-call within a specified date range will flash for fast retrieval.