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DD-Book is an electronic controlled drug register that replaces and improves the paper based recording of controlled (S8) drugs for pharmacists.

Endorsed by The Pharmacy Guild of Australia

Start a free trial or watch a quick demo to see just how easy DD-Book is to use with powerful features that can improve controlled drug recording in your pharmacy.

Save time and effort

DD Book makes recording a breeze and saves time on administrative tasks such as daily line entries and stock counts, which is why it is so popular with pharmacies all over Australia.

Reduce errors

DD Book integrates with all popular pharmacy dispense software, helping reduce errors and is compliant with all relevant standards.


  • Easy to use

    Takes the average pharmacist less than 15 minutes to learn

  • Integrated

    Integrates with all popular dispense software (additional fees may apply)

  • Accurate

    Helps to reduce errors and maintain accurate records

  • Fast

    There is no longer any need to step away from your computer and manually enter data

  • Cost effective

    Price includes software, support and continuous updates

  • Improved legibility

    No more dealing with illegible handwriting or 'cross-outs'

  • Customised reporting

    Report by patient, drug, time period, and more

  • Reduce hassle

    Ease the friction associated with time consuming stock checks & reconciliations


Subscription based for one year.


$209 / annum +GST

Secondary workstation $49 / annum +GST


$325 / annum +GST

Secondary workstation $49 / annum +GST

Start your free, no-risk, 30 day trial!


What is the difference between a Primary and Secondary workstation?

If you install DD-Book on a single computer then you will only need one "Primary" licence.

If you want to install DD-Book on multiple computers (in the SAME premises), then you will need one "Primary" licence for the first computer, and then one "Secondary" licence for each additional computer.

What is the difference between a 'standard' and 'premium' database?

There is no difference in the functionality provided between standard and premium versions. The main difference between the two version relates to the performance and data capacity of the system.

For most customers, the "Standard" database is usually appropriate. The rule-of-thumb is the "Standard" database should be adequate if your pharmacy averages LESS than 50 DD entries per day.

However if your pharmacy averages MORE than 50 DD entries per day, then you should consider the "Premium" database. If you are not sure, then we are always available to help you determine the best solution for your pharmacy.

Can I use DD-Book in my State or Territory?

Yes, DD-Book is permitted for use in all States and Territories in Australia.

Are there any extra costs associated with integrating DD-Book with my Dispense software?

Dispense Integration is optional and attracts additional fees charged by Methsof or your Dispense Vendor.

For sales enquiries call us on (03) 9867 2785