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Case Studies

We empower our customers to make better, more accurate, faster decisions – decisions that will ultimately increase their profitability. We are a decision support company. Take a look at our Case Studies below to find out more.

Case Study: Day Lewis Pharmacy

Case Study: Day Lewis Pharmacy

Running a pharmacy business is complex. There are many areas where money can leak out of the business when they are not carefully managed. By using Real World Analytics (RWA) data solution, Day Lewis were able to identify these losses.

Case Study: Pharmacy Care Plus NHS Services

Case Study: Pharmacy Care Plus NHS Services

Pharmacy Care Plus (PCP) like all other groups in the pharmacy sector are facing increased cutbacks to their income. They have looked to services to provide even better patient care and grow their income, in addition to other areas of strategic development.

Case Study: Weldricks Dead Stock

Case Study: Weldricks Dead Stock

Like most other pharmacy groups in England, Weldricks know that there is a cost with out of date stock and unused stock in their dispensary. It was evident that not all out of date stock was being written off through correct branch procedures, making it difficult to quantify the loss.

Case Study: Paydens Unclaimed Scripts EPSR2

Case Study: Paydens Unclaimed Scripts EPSR2

Like most other pharmacy groups in England, Paydens foundit difficult to have full transparency of their dispensing business,especially around electronic prescribing. A data audit by Real World Analytics (RWA) revealed that the value of expired, unclaimed EPS scripts was amounting to losses of £10,500 per month across their 105 branch estate.

Case Study: McKenzies Front of Shop

Case Study: McKenzies Front of Shop

After the recession hit, McKenzie’s found their retail sales had hit rock bottom. They needed a way to boost overall sales. Front of Counter accounted for 3-4% of their business, so many would not spend a lot of time on it but enhancing sales and margin in 3-4% of your turnover is worth pursuing.