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by   |   November 12, 2020

How Technology is Improving the Customer Experience at Dispensaries

Whether you want to retain a loyal customer in the recreational market, a medical patient, or to simply catch more of the curious newcomers, there is one area of your business that is most likely to determine if you can close the loop to retain the extremely valuable repeat customer.

by   |   September 30, 2020

Technology Easing Security Concerns in Cannabis

Technology advances in security prove valuable in a lucrative industry.

by   |   August 20, 2020

Augmented Reality Enhances Cannabis Experience

AR is finding it's niche in a post-pandemic world.

by   |   August 06, 2020

Cultivating New Cannabis Tech: AgTech Investment Program

Applications for Oustanding Cannabis Technology Due August 31st!

by   |   July 27, 2020

Staying Compliant—and Profitable—with Fyllo

With its sophisticated and ever-evolving suite of data-based products, Fyllo is equipping the cannabis industry with essential tools that can increase its profitability.

by   |   July 17, 2020

Enlighten is Making the Cannabis Industry Smarter

Enlighten offers effective solutions for cannabis retailers and marketers in search of better technology and more reliable access to consumers.

by   |   July 13, 2020

Data-Driven Marketing in a Virtual World

As cannabis retail expands its digital footprint, data-driven marketing becomes increasingly critical.

by   |   June 22, 2020

Cannabis Trade Shows Get Tech Upgrade

Genifer Murray invites George Jage of MJ Unpacked to share the future of cannabis trade shows.

by   |   June 10, 2020

Blockchain Cannabis Solutions

Innovative blockchain platforms could help cannabis businesses.

by   |   June 04, 2020

Ecommerce Platforms Changing Cannabis Retail

New opportunities emerge for cannabis retailers.

by   |   May 13, 2020

Online Ordering Platforms Find Renewed Purpose During Pandemic

Social distancing edicts and general consumer anxiety are changing the way consumers obtain their cannabis supplies.

by   |   May 06, 2020

Software with Service: Mobile Cannabis Training Platform

Leave classroom-style education in the past; Learner Mobile brings on-demand, accessible training to your employees – wherever they are.

by   |   May 05, 2020

Building Confidence in the Cannabis Marketplace

There’s still a learning curve that cannabis growers, manufacturers, retailers, and consumers must master if they are to avoid the pitfalls of inefficient practice.

by   |   January 16, 2020

Critical Infrastructure: Cannabis Tech Giant Introduces Solutions for Hemp

With the hemp industry (and therefore CBD) coming online in 2019, regulation of the plant has become a tangled knot of taxes, quality controls, and strict monitoring.

by   |   January 06, 2020

Cannabis Technology: 2019 Year in Review

As the cannabis industry enters a new decade, let’s review the biggest tech news of 2019.

by   |   January 03, 2020

In the Era of Information, Cannabis Media in High Demand

Technology has changed the way we learn. Enlighten changes the way we learn about cannabis.

by   |   December 02, 2019

Compliance Starts with Document Management

Quality control protocols, onboarding policies, standard operating procedures... Getting into the cannabis sector wasn't supposed to be about pushing paperwork; it was supposed to be about growing premium crops. How did it become a bureaucratic nightmare?

by   |   November 02, 2019

Selling CBD Online: A Webcast with LimeLight

Harrison Mallen with LimeLight discusses the payment processing challenges of CBD sales.

by   |   October 18, 2019

How Smartphone Apps are Helping the Cannabis Industry Evolve

What are the latest promising apps in the marijuana business? How do users and cannabis enthusiasts feel about these new technologies? Will new apps like Uppy, the cannabis health monitor app, move the industry even closer to mass adoption? Let’s explore.

by   |   October 11, 2019

Big Data in the Cannabis Industry

"Without big data analytics, companies are blind and deaf, wandering out onto the web like deer on a freeway." – Geoffrey Moore