Online Optical Ordering and Rx Tracking

RxWIZARD™ allows Eye Care Professionals to send orders via the WEB from your office to the lab.
Now, the information you enter in KIP can be fed right into RxWIZARD™ with a single click.
KIP will send the patient information, prescription information, and certain ordering information directly to RxWIZARD™ which then opens in a new window. Then, simply complete your order using RxWIZARD™ and send the order.
Later, you can come back to RxWIZARD™ and track the status of your order.
Although RxWIZARD™ is strictly a PC program, we have modified this program to run on a Mac, too.
RxWIZARD™ runs great on the Mac. Once installed, RxWIZARD™ acts just like it was a Mac program.
Or, you can install Parallels on your Mac (along with Windows) and have a virtual PC running KIP and RxWIZARD™ together.

Of course, PC users need just install RxWIZARD™ and you are ready to go.

Either way, you get the convenience of online ordering and the ease of use of KIP.
For more information on Digital Vision, Inc.’s RxWIZARD™ visit

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