OCOEE, Fla. and MOORE, Okla., Oct. 6, 2016 /PRNewswire/ — Rx30 (or the “Company”) announced today that it has combined with Computer-Rx. Rx30, headquartered in Ocoee, Florida, is a leading developer and supplier of pharmacy management software solutions to the independent retail, hospital, long-term care and specialty pharmacy markets. Computer-Rx, headquartered in Moore, Oklahoma, is an innovative pharmacy software platform also focused on community pharmacies. Steve Wubker, CEO of Rx30, will lead the combined businesses. Roger Warkentine, Founder of Computer-Rx, will continue as an advisor to the combined business, and Lauren Warkentine, current COO of Computer-Rx, will become President of Computer-Rx. The rest of the Computer-Rx and Rx30 leadership teams will remain in place. Each platform will continue to run independently, investing in improving its offerings and leveraging the combined experience and innovations of both companies.
“The combination of Rx30 with Computer-Rx brings together two of the most well-respected, fastest growing pharmacy platforms in the industry,” stated Mr. Wubker. “Combining our pharmacy, data analytics and medication therapy management assets together will give Rx30 and Computer-Rx users scale and voice the industry has not seen previously. The value we intend to bring to our combined user bases is very exciting.”
“This combination brings together two companies that have the same mission, similar cultures and a shared passion to move our customers and the space forward,” added Ms. Warkentine. “Building on the Warkentine family’s long-term commitment to building relationships with every pharmacy we serve, we believe this combination will create new opportunities for revolutionary innovation for community pharmacies that highlight their value in the healthcare system.”
The combined Company’s headquarters will be in Ocoee, FL, and the Moore, OK, location will remain Computer-Rx’s central office.