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Supplylogix to Showcase Pinpoint Cycle Count and Case Management for Pinpoint Monitor at NACDS Total Store Expo

Posted on: 16 Aug 17

Supplylogix is pleased to introduce Pinpoint Cycle Count – a new inventory management software application – at NACDS Total Store Expo. Pinpoint Cycle Count is an easy-to-use, highly configurable inventory management tool that enables pharmacies to divide up the task of counting and organizing perpetual inventory across all prescription drug categories.

Pharmacies can use Pinpoint Cycle Count to help streamline the time-consuming, labor-intensive task of counting and maintaining prescription inventory quantities. The software promotes greater efficiency by curating transactional data into intelligent cycle count suggestions. Pinpoint Cycle Count also incorporates new technology that unifies delivery, execution and integration with existing inventory management systems.

“Any pharmacy that stocks prescription drugs can use Pinpoint Cycle Count to add a higher level of precision to the management of its perpetual inventory,” said Jody Harvey, Vice President, Business Development and Account Management, Supplylogix. “Not only does the software enable the creation of highly configurable lists and categories for countable products, it also allows users to divide large tasks into smaller, easily executable tasks, which can produce significant labor savings over time.”

Supplylogix will also highlight its Case Management for Pinpoint Monitor offering at the NACDS Total Store Expo. Case Management is an enhancement to the Pinpoint Monitor™ (PPM) module that helps streamline the investigation of suspicious activity when ordering controlled substances. Pinpoint Monitor provides insights on controlled substance purchasing and dispensing activity for over 12,000 locations at retail and health system pharmacies.

Pharmacies can use Case Management for Pinpoint Monitor as a central resource for building, tracking, and storing cases to help organize, expedite and standardize the investigative process. The software supports proactive controlled substance oversight and compliance through global suspicious order monitoring, chain-wide insight into controlled substance movement and early visibility into suspicious purchase behavior.

“Given heightened concerns surrounding the opioid epidemic in the U.S. today, pharmacies can benefit from a product that provides comprehensive oversight of controlled substance dispensing,” said Harvey. “Case Management for Pinpoint Monitor is an effective way for pharmacies to investigate questionable activity around the dispensing and purchasing of controlled substances, including opioids.”

Supplylogix will showcase its industry-leading suite of inventory management solutions at the NACDS Total Store Expo, August 19-22, at the San Diego Convention Center (Booth 121). NACDS Total Store Expo is the industry’s largest gathering of the most influential leaders and decision makers. To schedule a meeting during the show, please contact Jesi Steiber at

About Supplylogix

Founded in 2010, Supplylogix applications process millions of transactions every day on behalf of more than 12,000 national and regional retail pharmacies. Supplylogix is a high-growth software company that develops and delivers practical supply chain intelligence solutions for pharmacy and related businesses. Supplylogix, a division of McKesson Corporation, is based in Dallas/Fort Worth, Texas, and services a wide array of healthcare providers nationwide. For more information, visit Follow us on Twitter at @supplylogix.

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Last updated on: 16/08/2017

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