However, diverse adoption characteristics among the various pharmacy groups in Europe result in slow market growth. Furthermore, the availability of varied information systems in the market for pharmacy workflows tends to confuse the end users, resulting in reduced penetration rates.
"There are several information systems available for pharmacy deployment in Europe such as pharmacy management systems, pharmacy information systems, and electronic prescribing systems," explains Priyan. "These systems reduce the market potential for advanced pharmacy automation systems as the end users make do with these basic workflow automation systems to meet the automation requirements of their pharmacy."
Standardising and consolidating delivery models for various pharmacy groups will help in increasing penetration rates. Organising workshops designed to educate end users on the systems' capabilities, and convening meetings to understand their requirements for offering customised solutions, will promote customer satisfaction, and thereby expand the customer base.
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