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Real-time Inventory Management and Alerting

Maximise ROI on your open and closed Inventory Management Systems

Inventory management solutions can be a costly investment and with budgets always tightening organisations need to be able to maximise that investment at all times. Issues such as cabinet reliability, failure to scan within open systems, over ordering and a lack of inventory visibility can have severe financial impacts on the organisation, as well as distracting operational resources from critical activities.


Obtain a holistic real-time view of data from multiple operational systems

Improve efficiency within materials management with a real-time view of your inventory management estate, from theatres to pharmacy. This real-time view includes automatic alerting:

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Cabinet Responsiveness

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Low stock levels and stock outs

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Expiry warnings

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Stock levels

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Expiry dates

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System usage

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Live KPI’s and Dashboards = Actionable insight


CXAIR Inventory Management allows users to easily map and understand the organisational inventory landscape, helping you to drive efficiencies and reduce wastage, through a series of live KPI’s and dashboards. Quickly and easily visualise your inventory estate, optimise inventory levels, control inventory management systems, monitor cabinet up-time, and pro-actively respond to priority actions before they become issues.

Live KPIs include % null transactions, % cycle counts and % 90 days inventory split across theatres, wards and pharmacies, with email, text or in-app alerting when key thresholds are met or not met.

Unlock the insight required to make operational and organisational decisions