DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTER PHARMACEUTICAL CENTRE (A CASE STUDY OF OSCO PHARMACEUTICAL CENTRE WARRI, DELTA STATE)

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CHAPTER ONE

1.1 AIM OF PHARMACY STOCK CONTROL

In any single country, the pharmaceutical industry operates in a multifaceted and highly intricate environment, which becomes extremely complex when viewed in an international context. This highly involved operating environment has in itself created some of the misunderstandings, misconceptions of the pharmaceutical industry and its activities and has precipitated many enquires into the operations of the industry. To computerize the present and to plan adequately for the future, it is “Sina qua non” to know how the industry involved and the complex interrelated environments within which the industry currently operates and trends of these environment. This study, which is necessary, has a historical and morphological analysis to support the evaluation. Almost all the industries depend on plant, animals and internals for raw material. The pharmaceutical industry today uses in addition synthesized chemicals from natural occurring product as well as completely synthetic 10 product as a basic of producing ingredient that will be computerized for a better active production. Performance in growth vectors is extremely difficult to measure since few comparies produces growth and profitability data for public consumption because those few comparies are good quality drugs which has price controls, direct and costly consumer promotions and long product. Firms diversify when their objectives can no longer be met within the product. This project or work is basically defensive and designed to avoid declares in demand, competitive pressures and product the obsolesce.

DESIGN AND IMPLEMENTATION OF A COMPUTER PHARMACEUTICAL CENTRE (A CASE STUDY OF OSCO PHARMACEUTICAL CENTRE WARRI, DELTA STATE)