J M Smith

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J M Smith Corporation has gone from corner drugstore to serving drugstores and more. The holding company’s primary subsidiary is Smith Drug, which provides purchasing and distribution services for more than 1,000 independent pharmacies in about a dozen southern US states. It also operates through QS/1 Data Systems and Integral Solutions, both of which offer data management software and services for pharmacies, care providers, and government agencies. Smith Premier provides prescription benefit management, while other divisions offer automated dispensing systems for pharmacies and marketing services for drugmakers. J M Smith was founded in 1943 by drugstore proprietor James Smith and is run by the Smith family.

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2.8

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Industry

Healthcare

Category

Biotech & Pharmaceuticals

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Awards Received

2023

Revenues

$2,300,000,000.00

Website Traffic

Employee Rating

3.9

Customer Rating

3.5

Company Size

10000+

ESG Risk Rating

3

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