Optician Store Management Software

Run or manage a busy optician store, but can’t find an easy to use software solution to manage your business?

Maybe some of these problems sound familiar...

  • You don’t have clear visibility over your optometrist’s daily activities and test results
  • You spend a huge amount of time manually calculating bonus and pay reports
  • You’re manually handling uniform and annual leave requests
  • You don’t have a central resource for all company information

Revolutionise and automate your stores with our specialist optician management software. Identify Digital have worked in partnership with a leading nationwide opticians to develop this software over a number of years.

Key modules for our
Optician Store Management Software

Day Sheet Management

Allow optometrists to quickly and easily manage their day sheets and record sales handovers through an easy to use tablet based interface

Allow staff to request uniform and annual leave

Allow staff to access company wide resources from an easy to search library

Easy to use management interface

Handle annual leave and bonus requests from an easy to use admin interface

Management Reporting

Management ability to generate day sheet reports and automate bonus calculations

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