Pharmaceutical distribution software provides wholesalers a platform to automate ordering, selling, warehousing, and data management. It also guarantees that wholesalers, distributors, and retailers stay compliant. With the rise in the number of pharmaceutical companies due to increased disease prevalence and public awareness of health issues, the pharmaceutical distribution software market is expected to see a boom in demand. Many companies have adopted the software to minimize administrative burdens and increase income. It also helps businesses in time management, data security, workforce efficiency, and others.
The pharmaceutical software market may be divided into applications and end-users. A recent study published by 360iResearch™ shows that in 2020 global pharmacy management system market was estimated at $15.66 Billion, expected to reach over $17 Billion by the end of 2021, and $35.49 billion by 2026.
The market’s growth has been boosted by the rise in new technologies such as big data and cloud computing, pharmaceutical supply networks, and increased regulatory scrutiny.
We made a list of 181 pharmaceutical distribution software companies and tier domain name choices. Selected in no particular order, here are the names that piqued our attention.
Envi is a cloud-based medical inventory management solution that assists healthcare enterprises of all kinds in creating, tracking and managing stock.
Envi has secured a .com domain that is the natural choice of their audience – envi.com. Four-letter. com domain names (LLLL.com) are among the most liquid domain assets someone can own. In recent years, some of the best sales of LLLL.com domains include zoom.com, pain.com, user.com, item.com, etc.
Epicor Software Corporation, headquartered in Austin, Texas, was founded in 1972 as a business software company. Epicor pharmaceutical software is a leading healthcare software for pharmaceuticals, healthcare, and cosmetics manufacturing.
According to Whoxy, Epicor Software Corporation owns 246 domain names, including several varieties of its exact brand match like epicoranywhere.com, epicorcloud.com, and epicorsaas.com. Domain names are strategic brand assets and, if used correctly, can directly affect a brand’s success. Most experienced entrepreneurs know that and invest in securing possible typos of their primary domain name, different country extensions, and domains for specific marketing campaigns, products, or sub-brands.
HSO, which was founded in 1989, specializes in the sales, implementation, technical integration, business consulting, and ongoing support of Dynamics AX solutions for customers across a wide range of industries and markets. The company is a leading member of Microsoft’s Inner Circle.
HSO owns 71 domain names along with the exact brand match hso.com. Brands that are serious about their consistent and robust presence have domain strategies in place and may register multiple domain names for different reasons.
Infor is a worldwide leader in cloud-based business software for companies in specialized industries such as pharmaceuticals. Since its inception in 2002, Infor has acquired over forty software companies. Koch Equity Development LLC bought all of Infor’s stock in February 2020.
Infor operates on the exact brand match domain Infor.com. This ensures their brand is well protected online avoids traffic, email leaks, and confusion amongst their customers and business partners.
Oracle is a well-known international company. In 1977, Larry Ellison, Bob Miner, and Ed Oates founded the company that would later become Oracle. In 2020 it was named the second-largest software firm globally by revenue and market capitalization. The name “Oracle” comes from a CIA-funded project on which Larry Ellison, the company’s co-founder, previously worked. The Oracle logo incorporates the company’s name into the design.
Oracle Corporation owns 14,734 domain names, according to Whoxy, along with the exact brand match name oracle.com. The company has also secured oracle.jobs, oracle.finance, oracie.com, and others. The most common reasons for this are to protect their brand (by ensuring that a competitor or other brand does not register the name); to make their clients’ and investors’ lives easier by ensuring that they will arrive at the correct address even if they mistype the brand name; and for creative reasons – for marketing campaigns, products, and sub-brands.
100 companies out of 121 have chosen the popular .com extension, which indicates that despite the plot to kill the dot com, the top-level domain extension is here to stay.
1 company has secured .net extension. . The domain extension net is a generic top-level domain (gTLD) . The term is derived from the word network, implying that it was designed for companies that deal with networking technologies, such as Internet service providers and other infrastructure firms. According to Statista, the.com extension is used by over 46% of websites, while the.net extension is used by only 3.7%.