Pharmacy Computer Solutions

            ezyPos and ezyScript
The Total Integrated
  Pharmacy Solution



We're pleased to announce the development of a new integrated software package for Australian pharmacies.

Latest News:  Successful Showing at the APP 2005

Pharmacy Computer Solutions would like to extend a sincere thank you to everybody who visited us at the APP 2005 and made the show a huge success.

For those wishing to take advantage of the APP special offer of three months free support, remember to return your forms by 31st March.

We will not be attending the Pharmacy Trade shows later this year but rather will be concentrating on installing the Software for our Shareholders. 


ezyPos and ezyScript


Pharmacy Computer Solutions is the new force in the Pharmacy Software market, developing innovative dispensary and point of sale software.  ezyScript and ezyPos are being developed in response to the overwhelming need for pharmacy software that embraces the latest technology whilst being fast, stable and easy to use.

We offer a total solution for your pharmacy computing needs.  In addition to your dispensing and point of sale software, we will be assisting with your hardware, software and consumable supplies.  We have a strong focus on incorporating security and redundancy strategies to protect your valuable information, ensuring that your systems are performing optimally at all times.

Does your pharmacy computer system live up to your expectations?
  Are you putting up with increased support fees and diminishing service?
  Are you worried about the future of your current software vendor?
  Are you waiting months for important software changes?
  Will your current software be able to cope with your future needs?

We're all ears!
We'd love to hear your suggestions, comments and feedback. Click here to have YOUR say to make our software package fulfil all the requirements of your pharmacy.


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| Last Updated April 13, 2005