KMsoft New Contract with Leading Pharmacy Hub

Fast-growing inventory tracking solutions provider KMsoft have secured a new contract with leading pharmacy hub Smarta Healthcare located in Bedford.

The deal, which was agreed in December 2020, includes the delivery of the fully-integrated inventory management software solution StockAssist Medical to streamline Smarta Healthcare’s stock control efforts. StockAssist Medical will maximise the company’s inventory efficiency by tracking the correct stock location, prioritising expiring-soon items over other with a longer shelf time and updating the inventory quantities in real time. In order to facilitate the tracking of items, industry-leading Datalogic Memor hand-held scanner devices have been delivered as part of the agreement.

Pete Thomson, CEO & Founder at KMsoft, commented: “I am very excited to work with Smarta Healthcare. We are proud to support this new client with their ambitious growth plans by providing them with a reliable and efficient inventory management solution”.

Harjinder Singh, CEO at Smarta Healthcare, added: “Since the implementation of StockAssist Medical, we are already seeing the benefits of a fully-automated supply chain. This will enable to us to re-allocate resources to other areas of the business, whilst keeping a close eye on our inventory at all times”.

KMsoft’s GS1 UK-approved StockAssist product range includes StockAssist Medical, which is specially designed to help maximise healthcare and PPE stock efficiency, eliminating the risk of wastage, and StockAssist Industrial, which allows precise inventory and warehouse management by providing real-time stock reports, thus maximising time efficiency and accuracy.

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