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March 17, 2009

Emergency Medical Supplies

These here intertubes are really changing the world in unexpected ways. It's a little like those other great technological revolutions, the railways (when they reached the Ukraine, they caused a Depression in the UK) or electricity. The ramifications are flooding through society in ways you might not expect.

For example, using the web to retail or wholesale supplies changes the whole sector. Instead of a retailer needing to have hundreds upon hundreds of stores, and each and every store needing to have a selection of everything available for purchase, matters can be made much simpler. One warehouse, one web site, and the retailer can stock many more lines of products (because they don't need to repeat stock in many stores) and they can also sell them cheaper....because they're not paying so much rent.

We know of this from things like books, but as I say it's flooding out across the society. Things like emergency medical supplies (or ems supplies) can be and are sold in the same manner.

The end result is a better chpoice at lower prices...not too shabby for a system that started out as a way to send emails to each other. With things like medical supplies there's also the point that the stock will turn over faster, making sure that everything is in date.

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I think that it is a good idea for making a web-based inventory management of medical supplies and it will be so easier also to get all the retailers and wholesalers information under one roof..


Posted by: packing supplies | Oct 13, 2009 11:51:57 AM