Requirements Order Evolution
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Written by Sébastien MEIGE
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Name of the module

Trigram: PEO

Version: v211215


Time trend of the cumulative distribution of your sales in percentage :

Time trend in the distribution of your sales as a percentage :

Time trend of the cumulative distribution of your sales in volume or value:

Temporal evolution of the distribution of your sales in volume or in value:

Value proposition

The modulePrescription Order Analysis allows the display of prescribed sales breakdowns on monthly, quarterly and annual time granularities over a long history:

  • Visually represent the seasonality between initiations and renewals

  • Compare sales by order of presentation of prescription over a defined period

  • Easily visualise long-term trends

For products that may also be sold over the counter, you have the option of including them in your analyses or not, as you choose. Non-prescription sales are considered as initiations. If you decide to take this type of sale into account, the sales weights between initiations and renewals will take this into account.

This sheet is for you if :

  • you wish to monitor the evolution of your initiations over long periods of time

  • evaluate the monitoring of renewals and its evolution over time

Data sources

  • Data from pharmacies

Geographical territories

  • Data for Metropolitan France


  • No limitation on the size of the markets

  • Applicable to human medicine only



Use and Analytics Essential

Objects in the sheet

  • Functional cartridge

  • Time buttons

  • Subject 'Prescriptions orders in abs. value'.

  • Subject 'Prescriptions orders weights'.

  • Subject 'Prescriptions orders evolution'.


  • Sales volume and weighting in sales of initiations and renewals

  • Value sales and weight in sales of initiations and renewals

You can find more information on the indicators in the articles below:




Current version


Corsica data
Customer Type
GSA parapharmacy data
Observatory data

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