Guide, Perpetual Inventory

Guide: How to Link Perpetual Inventory with EDI

Maximize Your Pharmacy's Time and Cost Savings 

Pharmacists report spending, on average, at least one hour each day managing inventory: searching for needed items, price shopping, and manually placing orders.

And while it may feel different than the time you spend during the other parts of your day, that time is still worth something: with an average hourly wage of $58.82 an hour (2019 NCPA Survey of Hourly Wages), those inventory hours add up to $1,176 a month--and over $15,000 per year. Remember, that's when you're spending just an hour per day on inventory too (PBA Health). 

In this guide, we'll walk you through the benefits of both EDI and PI on their own, plus how they work together like an automated symphony to really maximize your savings and free up cash flow.

So you can get a break from burnout, run more efficiently, and deliver the top-quality patient care and customer service your community depends on you for, setting your pharmacy and your services up for long-term sustainability.  

In this guide, you'll learn:
  • 5 Crucial Benefits of EDI for Pharmacies 
  • How Perpetual Inventory Plugs in to Maximize EDI's Time and Cost Savings 
  • How EDI and PI Work Together 
  • How to Get Started

You and your employees deserve a simple, cost-effective, easy-to-use inventory management system, so you can spend less time stressing about orders and levels, and more time helping your community find health and wellness.

All while realizing a healthier bottom line and better cash flow and setting your pharmacy up for long-term success. When you automate with EDI and Perpetual Inventory, you can step back from all the manual inventory management, and step into the other parts of your job and life. 

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