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by   |   November 01, 2021

The App Store Now Allows Cannabis eCommerce — Will you gain an early mover advantage?

Cannabis is beginning to see a rapid push for app-based cannabis purchases that are as fast and easy as shopping on Amazon.

by   |   October 29, 2021

Reap the Benefits with Crop Monitoring Systems

Face your fear of the unknown; implementing crop monitoring software doesn’t have to be scary.

by   |   October 06, 2021

How Infusing Artificial Intelligence (AI) Into Your Seed to Sale Process Can Lead to Tremendous Yields

Weaponize your data with artificial intelligence.

by   |   September 30, 2021

Higher Learning: Scholarships for Cannabis Creativity

This scholarship program provides an opportunity for students to bring fresh innovations to a growing industry.

by   |   September 29, 2021

How Cultivators Can Maximize Profits: 280E Tax Considerations

When it comes to paying taxes to the state and the IRS, all cannabis operators must deal with the limitations of the Internal Revenue Code (IRC) Section 280E.

by   |   September 24, 2021

How Tech Helps Redefine and Maintain Cannabis Consumer Loyalty

From digital marketing to virtual dispensaries, e-commerce solutions provide valuable cannabis consumer insight.

by   |   September 10, 2021

The Most Powerful Technology Enabler in Cannabis

Knowing What You Don’t Know

by   |   September 07, 2021

Automating Sales with Cannabis Vending Solutions

Enhanced vending technology provides safe, convenient sales solutions for cannabis and hemp products.

by   |   September 03, 2021

Using Cannabis Technology to Position for Federal Legalization

From electronic tracking systems to smart scales, RFID readers, and SaaS platforms, the most successful cannabis businesses leverage cannabis compliance technology to improve operations, compliance, culture, and ultimately products, brands, and both the top and bottom lines.

by   |   August 31, 2021

A Vested Interest: A Recipe for Success in Cannabis Consulting

Ellis Smith with American Cannabis Company discusses a new, more hands-on approach to cannabis consulting.

by   |   August 27, 2021

How To Sell CBD Online: Tips & Best Practices Explained

The rush to sell CBD online is here, but it’s not as easy as you may think. Here are the top tips and best practices to success in 2021.

by   |   August 05, 2021

How Data & Technology are Driving the Cannabis Industry

Data and technology are central to the growth of the cannabis industry.

by   |   August 04, 2021

Apple Softens Stance on Cannabis Apps

Is big tech turning the corner in a quest for cannabis acceptance?

by   |   July 17, 2021

Cannabis Cultivation is All About Control

Cultivation technology provides the necessary tools and data to ensure cannabis consistency, improve yields, and prevent crop loss.

by   |   July 12, 2021

Supply Chain Technology Improves Consumer Safety

In the pro-cannabis era, track and trace are almost exclusively associated with regulated cannabis markets. But, it has long existed elsewhere, in other highly regulated industries.

by   |   June 14, 2021

The Best Smart Grow Apps [2021 Update]

Long gone are the days of cannabis farmers scribbling illegible notes on stained notepads in the grow room. Today there is a growing marketplace of community-driven, expert-developed grow applications for mobile devices. Now, thanks to recent advancements in cloud-based technology, and our increasing obsession with mobile technologies, a cultivator can see everything they need to know about their crop all in one place.

by   |   January 22, 2021

7 Top Cannabis Apps

Apps have changed the way we function - even how we find, buy, grow, and consume cannabis.

by   |   December 01, 2020

Is Cloud-Based Data Storage Right For Your Grow?

Data is king, but data storage can be complex.

by   |   November 26, 2020

Cannabis Grading Systems and Wholesale Marketplaces

As with any business or industry, problems create the potential for solutions.

by   |   November 24, 2020

Is It Time to Invest in Cannabis Tech?

Investors would do well to carefully consider how technologies can reduce friction from production through the point of sale while also anticipating burgeoning market sectors and considering how a fully legal market might change the value proposition for certain technology platforms.