Development of a prototype of an administrative system for the management of pharmacies, whose architecture is composed of three technologies; web design in Angular, sales application in QT and backend in Symfony.
At the beginning of the development, the module for user management was conceived, an essential section taking into consideration the business model. Subsequently, we proceeded with the inventory module, taking into account that without the products loaded in the system it is not possible to make sales, and finally some sales were made. All these features were tested using Postman.
Additionally, some interfaces related to the previous tests were designed, both for the web environment and the desktop environment.
As we mentioned at the beginning, the general architecture of the system includes the use of different technologies. Thus, for the web environment we developed a structure in Angular, which was directly connected to the Backend created in Symfony, whose main objective is focused on the administration of the pharmacy branches. In this way, the Front interfaces would allow to have more information about the system, successfully perform the subscription process and connect to the user account.
Once inside, options for branch registration, registration of relevant documentation, management of the number of employees, number of warehouses, product loading and even sales consultation would be available.
The desktop application would focus on the sales process, considering the different types of customers that a pharmacy may have, and the options allowed according to the profile of each one. Also, the payment methods allowed to carry out a successful sale.