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RxSafe, Datarithm team to streamline pharmacy inventory management

BY David Salazar

SAN MARCOS, Calif. — Pharmacy automation company RxSafe and inventory software company Datarithm on Thursday announced a partnership aimed at streamlining inventory for pharmacy owners. 
 
RxSafe takes real-time inventory, giving a constantly updated on-hand count, while Datarithm’s software delivers optimized order points. Used together, the two can identify surpluses quickly and offer pharmacies solutions for dealing with them. 
 
“At RxSafe, we are passionate believers in the power of technology to improve service delivery and profitability in pharmacy,” RxSafe president and CEO William Holmes said. “When our customers combine Datarithm’s sophisticated inventory modeling with RxSafe’s proven automated perpetual inventory accuracy, the result is a game-changing model that eliminates cycle-counting, frees up cash, and allows pharmacies to focus on patient care and services.”
 
“We are excited to have a business alliance with RxSafe,” Datarithm VP sales and marketing Dan Sullivan said. “Their RxSafe 1800 System, and all that it does, combined with Datarithm’s customizable Rx inventory software, and all it does, makes for a very flexible, powerful, and automated solution”

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TRESemme to re-style history at New York Fashion Week

BY Gina Acosta

NEW YORK — TRESemmé, the official hair care sponsor of New York Fashion Week, plans to collaborate with an emerging designer for an unprecedented presentation at NYFW.

The brand announced it will partner with Alejandra Alonso of À MOI to reimagine iconic voluminous hairstyles throughout history live at NYFW. À MOI's presentation will feature different looks inspired by the ages, created exclusively using the new TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume Collection. 

"TRESemmé Beauty-Full Volume is a game-changer that perfects the everyday volume that women have long tried to achieve with ease," says Chris Naselli, TRESemmé expert stylist. "I loved collaborating with À MOI where we were able to reinterpret beloved voluminous hairstyles, like the 1960's bouffant, making them touchable, soft and modern using the new collection. It was key that the hair was a natural complement to À MOI's gorgeous presentation, which nods to classic looks throughout history."

Additionally, TRESemmé will partner with industry legend Orlando Pita and TRESemmé veteran stylists Jeanie Syfu and Tyler Laswell as they create memorable looks backstage for some of the week's most world-renowned designers including: Diane von Furstenberg, Carolina Herrera, BCBG, Hervé Léger, Marissa Webb, Mara Hoffman, Misha Nonoo, Rachel Zoe, and TRESemmé newcomer Monse, as they debut their hotly anticipated collection.

TRESemmé will have two custom spaces in the heart of the NYFW action for consumers to trial the new season's looks. The TRESemmé Runway Studio, located at Spring Studios, 50 Varick Street, and the TRESemmé Salon in NYFW: The Shows venue, Skylight at Moynihan Station, will both offer complimentary styling of looks fresh off the runway and a space to relax and recharge while taking in exclusive show content.

"For our 16th season at New York Fashion Week, we wanted to deliver more looks and backstage tips than ever before, direct from backstage to our fans worldwide," says Chris Barron, Global Vice President, Marketing, TRESemmé. "We're inspired by how our designers, like Alejandra Alonso of À MOI or Misha Nonoo, are challenging the conventions of NYFW, making their presence felt in the industry with their beautiful designs, and creating new ways for our fans to experience the buzz and trends of fashion week." 

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Merck Animal Health launches pet diabetes tracking app

BY David Salazar

MADISON, N.J. — Merck Animal Health rolled out an app Thursday  that it hopes will make it easier for pet owners to manage their pet’s diabetes on the go. The Pet Diabetes Tracker app, available for iOS and Android devices, lets owners input such information as blood glucose levels, weight, body condition and food and water consumption. 
 
Owners are also able to input the amount of insulin given to a pet and set reminders for dosing. The app also provides users the opportunity to order more insulin. 
 
“To help ensure the long-term health and well-being of a pet, successfully managing the various facets of the disease and treatment is critical,” said Madeleine Stahl, associate director of scientific marketing affairs at Merck Animal Health. “I think pet owners — especially those with a newly diagnosed pet — will find this app an incredibly useful tool because it puts all the pertinent diabetic health information at their fingertips.”
 

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