WESTLAKE, Texas — Pharmaceutical inventory management solution provider Supplylogix is slated to debut its new Pinpoint Performance reporting module at the 2015 National Association of Chain Drug Stores Total Store Expo.
The McKesson Corp. division said that Pinpoint Performance brings a dashboard with a user-friendly graphical interface that displays top-level metrics on key performance indicators, giving customers a quick view of the health of their inventory controls — and in turn driving market insights and better understanding of inventory decision outcomes.
Users also can easily view the data and filter the results to focus on their specific needs, with the added flexibility to drill down to district or individual store details, according to Supplylogix.
“In an increasingly competitive marketplace, maintaining proper inventory levels is critical to helping retailers find additional methods of improving their bottom line. With the ability to simultaneously reduce costs and improve customer satisfaction by raising service levels, Supplylogix’s services help drive store-level compliance in support of corporate goals,” stated Rick Sage, vice president and general manager at Supplylogix.
“Created to easily identify training opportunities for stores not meeting corporate initiatives, as well as reward stores that continually perform at or above goals, the Pinpoint Performance module provides powerful analytics to give customers visibility on execution at store level that will help the chain performance overall,” explained Sage.
The NACDS Total Store Expo runs Aug. 22 to 25 in Denver. At the event, Supplylogix will showcase its suite of inventory management solutions — including Pinpoint Order Replenishment Management and Pinpoint Transfer Redistribution Intelligence — that are designed to help clients boost pharmacy profitability by sharpening supply chain efficiency and improving patient satisfaction. The company’s applications process millions of transactions daily for about 10,000 national and regional retail pharmacies.