QS/1 president Tammy Devine to retire

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SPARTANBURG, S.C. — Tammy Devine, president of pharmacy software firm QS/1, plans to retire later this year.

QS/1 said Tuesday that it has begun a national search for a successor to Devine, who has served as president since 2011 and has been with the J M Smith Corp. subsidiary for 35 years.

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Tammy Devine

“The time is right for me to step down,” Devine said in a statement. “Our latest product, SharpRx, has been successfully launched, we reorganized our processes to improve both quality and customer satisfaction, and our employee engagement scores are at an all-time high. Leaving a company I love will naturally be hard, but everyone who knows me will tell you that I am looking forward to having more time to spend with my grandchildren.”

Devine was hired in 1982 as a programmer by the late Jim Smith, son of the founder of J M Smith Corp. She went on to hold a number of managerial positions in the company, including executive vice president, in such areas as software development, marketing and operations. In addition, Devine was a two-time president of the American Society for the Automation of Pharmacy and has served as secretary/treasurer of the American Pharmacy Alliance.

QS/1 noted that during her tenure, the company grew to become a leader in pharmacy and governmental management software, with a footprint in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico.

“Tammy will be missed tremendously,” stated Alan Turfe, chairman and chief executive officer of J M Smith Corp. “Her leadership at QS/1 has been phenomenal, and I am very grateful to her. I am very impressed with her strategic vision and the foundation she leaves behind, a committed and talented set of employees ready to embrace opportunities in the market.”

Based in Spartanburg, S.C., QS/1 provides health care software solutions for the management of independent, chain, hospital outpatient and long-term care pharmacies and home medical equipment (HME) businesses. Its integrated product suite includes point-of-sale, IVR, document management, mobile refills, delivery apps, built-in prescription synchronization and HME documentation.

The QS/1 Governmental Solutions units provides software and services for municipalities, counties and utility districts.



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