Here are some helpful tips to protect your data by avoiding power loss.
FrameworkFlow is moving from hand-held barcode scanner technology to a mobile application.
FrameworkLTC suite of products (including RxPertise) require two Microsoft products for its functionality - a Windows operating system environment and Microsoft SQL Server as its database engine. Within the next several months, Microsoft will be ending support for two popular versions of these products: Windows 7 and Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2.
In our last post, we said why it is extremely important to perform routine Index maintenance for your SQL databases. I thought we’d walk through a few cautionary tales of how not maintaining these indexes can impact your pharmacy. (Spoiler alert: all are less than ideal situations for your staff and customers!)
Our very own Shan Bhide, VP of Technology, was interviewed by ComputerTalk last month. He talked about how software development requires innovation and creativity, and the disruptive technologies that could transform pharmacy practice.
Read the full ComputerTalk interview at https://www.computertalk.com/the-impact-of-disruptive-technology/
SoftWriters is excited for the opportunity to bring interns into our organization. The internship program allows students to use their knowledge in a real-world environment and we welcome the fresh and relevant perspective they bring to collaboration and project design.
Read Nick Hutchison’s experience interning with SoftWriters technology team!
The release notes and software are available on the Customer Engagement Zone (CEZ). Join us September 5, 2:00 p.m. EST for the FWLTC Release Notes Webinar. We will review these updates with a special focus on the Prospective Billing functionality. If you are not yet registered for the webinar series, the link is available on the CEZ under SUPPORT > WEBINARS.
In an ongoing effort to be proactive, transparent and forthcoming with errors, observations, issues and limitations related to FrameworkLTC software suite, SoftWriters has started publishing Known Issues and Limitations document (KIL) on the Customer Engagement Zone.