Of course, there are still many niggling problems that simply will not go away. But of course, this is not the fault of the immeasurable software programs. You see, the old adage still applies. The tools are only as good as its user. And that even if it is beyond comprehension the most innovative of tools that there ever was. You see, behind the scenes, someone has still got to steer the ship. And directionless, rudderless, if that person simple does not have a clue what he is doing, then it becomes pretty useless, does it not.
And of course, do they not feel it. The customers are at the brunt of the incompetence and callous disregard for doing work in the full and proper manner. The retail pharmacy space is one area where the margin of error, if human error should ever be permitted, needs to remain extremely thin. Because of course, there are always lives at stake. Worse things have happened when incorrectly dispensed medications or non-chemical remedies were issued by a retail pharmacist. There should of course be even less chance of slippage if the retail pharmacist and his staff are now making full and good use of their custom-built and designed specialist retail pharmacy software programs.
But the developers of these software programs and the retail pharmacy software customers do need to make sure that those who are going to be using the programs are fully trained on how to do so. It would have made no sense otherwise and would have constituted a complete waste of time and money. Of course, the systems put in place also need to be as user-friendly as possible because there is every prospect of allowing the customers access.