Warehouse logistics system specialised for pharmaceutical wholesalers
Pharmaceuticals are products with one of the highest value densities and are distributed in great quantities; they have been at the forefront of logistics developments for decades.
Pharmaceutical distribution requires the highest degree of quality assurance and monitoring. State-of-the-art technologies also usually make their debuts in this field.
We have designed the PharmaLog system, authorised by the OGYÉI (National Institute of Pharmacy and Nutrition, Hungary), for the distribution of pharmaceuticals as specialty goods.
Due to permanent innovation, the system is extremely well-suited to optimally controlling the various technologies necessary for the operation of distributors’ specialty warehouses.
The work of purchasing agents and inventory managers is aided by manual and automated methods
On-line customer order reception; Ensuring quick dispatch services
Quick reception to stock and to quarantine
QC number, quality clearance management; OGYÉI compliance
Fixed and available storage space use; Refill algorithms
Option for verification Automata, Pick by light
Roundtrip planning;Container summary;Container register;
Supplier invoice liquidation
Complete module for domestic and export invoicing;Discount management;Invoice summaries;
Inventory by warehouse and by section, with an option for daily stock verification
Interfaces for third-party financial and accounting, pharmacy, transport organisation, and warehouse technology systems
Master file maintenance, price changes, daily closings, and other functions
Sector-specific and management reports
When developing PharmaLog, from the very beginning our main objective was for the system to cover warehouse logistics features in the most comprehensive and detailed manner possible, and to do this, we have created interfaces at various levels to connect with the informational environments and other IT systems that vary significantly by customer (and by warehouse).
The interface for connection extends to several fields. The list below is a non-exhaustive list of some of the fields we have developed a PharmaLog interfaces for: