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Cardinal Health launches inventory management app

BY Lesley Thulin

LAS VEGAS — Cardinal Health will be launching Total Mobile Solutions with Order Express, a new suite of mobile apps for mobile ordering, receiving and inventory management, at the company’s 25th annual Retail Business Conference, held in Las Vegas from July 22 to 25.

The service streamlines daily pharmacy processes, allowing pharmacists to use personal electronic devices instead of leasing expensive hardware. The Order Express app is compatible with any smartphone or tablet, including Android and iOS operating systems, and integrates directly with the camera on the device or easily pairs with most Bluetooth scanners.

The user-friendly design features an intuitive interface, doesn’t require a WiFi connection and includes an offline catalog of more than 100,000 products.

“Every day, independent pharmacy owners are challenged to find new ways to improve their financial health and efficiency, while ensuring patient care is their top priority,” Steve Lawrence, SVP Independent Sales for Cardinal Health, said.

Order Express mobile is just one of the solutions that the conference will present for pharmacists to help them serve as “their communities’ most trusted healthcare advisers.”

RBC will provide a platform for nearly 400 software, manufacturer, automation and pharmacy vendors.

Drug Store News will be covering all the action at Cardinal Health RBC 2015 in a series of exclusive daily editions, in both print and digital formats. To keep up with all of the highlights, visit DrugStoreNews.com/Cardinal-Health-RBC or follow #RBCWin on Twitter.

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Profoot celebrates NYCFC partnership with viewing party

BY David Salazar

NEW YORK — Foot care company Profoot held a viewing party Tuesday night to celebrate its official partnership with the New York City Football Club for its inaugural season. The event, held at Sweetwater Social in Manhattan’s NoHo neighborhood, allowed soccer fans to watch the U.S. Men’s National Team beat Honduras for the 2015 Gold Cup alongside NYCFC team member Tommy McNamara. 
 
According to Profoot president Daniel Feldman, sponsoring one of New York’s newest sports teams was a natural choice for the Brooklyn-based company. 
 
“Profoot is passionate about offering products that promote an active lifestyle—from the feet, up — so supporting soccer, a sport where feet are everything, is a natural fit for us,” he said. “We’re proud to partner with New York City FC … and are looking forward to this truly home-grown relationship.”
 
“We are pleased to partner with Profoot and have the support of an authentic New York brand in our inaugural year,” NYCFC president Tom Glick said. “We are looking forward to this winning collaboration and an exciting season both on and off the field.” 
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Cramer tells viewers why he is bullish on WBA

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NEW YORK – As Walgreens Boots Alliance prepares to announce third-quarter earnings on Thursday, TheStreet's Jim Cramer told TS viewers that Walgreens is a good play because it is a "stock that is working right now."
 
Cramer suggested that Walgreens' stock is "perceived as being a hiding place in light of the turmoil in China and the turmoil in Greece." On Tuesday, Walgreens Boots Alliance traded up $1.86 to $87.25. In late afternoon trading on Wednesday, the stock is down $1.75 to $85.50. 
 
Analysts are expecting Walgreens to report earnings of $0.88 per share on revenue of $29.6 billion. "I'm looking at Walgreens to see if they don't beat the number," Cramer said. 
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