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Technology & Features That Make S2 Different


Barcode Scanning

Barcode scanning is an integral part of enterprise narcotic inventory systems.

Manual input can lead to typing errors and duplicated drug names, resulting in wasted time and work for everyone. With our scanning capabilities, you can save thousands of hours and eliminate the risk of incorrect data input by simply scanning barcodes directly into the database through our easy and elegant scanning interface.

Pharmacy GS1 Bar Codes?  No problem.

Comprehensive Audit Tracking & Reporting

It is inevitable that your records will be audited someday – probably by a DEA representative.  We are here to help you avoid fines.  S2 provides your administrator with easy-to-use audit reports as well as filtered downloads of ALL your narcotics data for any/all time periods.

Providing comprehensive and accurate electronic data, aggregate and granular reports to an auditor has never been easier.

Digital Network Cables

Concerned About Recalls?

Recalls from the FDA can be a real time-consuming  and expensive problem if you are tracking Schedule 2 narcotics manually - especially if you manage a large fleet of ambulances. 

We'd be happy to show you a better way to adhere to recalls through our Food and Drug Administration interface.

Incorrectly administering a Schedule 2 narcotic AFTER it has been recalled is a scary thing.  We understand.


We also understand that the perpetual security of your narcotics information is critical.  Our servers operate from within a SOC2 certified TIER IV data center. 


What is that?  It is the highest level of security that is attainable by a data center. 


Your narcotics data is stored in an encrypted database and the entire website is encrypted with  an SSL. 


Sapience has over 12 years of experience securing and encrypting statewide pharmaceutical inventory data for the State of Florida – Department of Health.

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Getting biometrics to work correctly on a variety of devices can be programmatically very difficult - especially storing and retrieving them from secure databases. We spent a lot of time figuring out this process through code, and we patented the process.


When administering drugs or ensuring shift change accountability, finger signatures on a tablet or desktop screen may not be sufficient anymore.  Inexpensive biometric solutions in the ambulance and/or at the station house are really the key to avoiding DEA audits and fees. 

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