Mobile, Pharma


Innovating the online pharmacy experience.


  • Client: BENU Czech republic
  • Project type: native mobile apps for iOS & Android
  • Services: design, mobile development, QA, DevOps, project management
  • Years: 2018 - present

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The Partner

BENU is the biggest pharmacy network in Central Europe. Since 1994 part of Phoenix Group, one of the leading company in medicine distribution in Europe, operating in more than 27 countries.

How did we help?

We were approached by BENU to help them create a new mobile app as a supplemental digital channel. There was also an opportunity to implement new legislative changes about electronic drug prescriptions within their existing digital solutions.


We designed and developed an application for iOS and Android platforms.

Our goal was to keep the app as simple as possible while keeping all the requested features.

Core features

We build the applications around the main features with the legislative changes in mind. There are some serious limits for electronic prescription BENU app must meet. These are welcomed by consumers, because it adds a new layer of privacy and strictly commands how to handle user data. Meanwhile, it can produce some challenging use—cases we needed to solve as designers and developers.

Electronic prescription

Reserve your prescription for takeaway in the pharmacy of your choice. Scan it, add from gallery photo or from text.

Medicine calendar

Create your daily medicine calendar and get alerts when it's time to take them.

Bonus program

Enjoy your benefits right on your phone. Your BENU card is with you, whenever you need it.

Order history

Check your past orders easily on the go.

"Shortly after we started working together, they came up with ideas that now provide our clients with a convenient experience when using the app. We're happy that the collaboration didn't just stay with the original idea, but grew into a collaboration on the product itself."

PharmDr. Jaroslav KušnírE-commerce manager, BENU

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