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Green Bits Launches Point Of Sale Service For Cannabis Shops

Originally, I was trying to come up with a really whip-smart headline for this…like: “Weed Is The Gateway Drug For Gateway Point Of Sale Services,” but there was no need. The news is simple: A super-smart group of folks that sold a company (Outright.com) to GoDaddy has launched its point of sale service specifically aimed at shops selling cannabis. They’re called Green Bits.

The team calls it “The easiest way to run your store” and it looks like they’re right. Sure, it tracks inventory of bud and accessories, but it keeps shops running legally by integrating with the WSLCB Traceability API.

Also, the software sports inventory reconciliation just in case someone who works for you is getting high on your supply. Mobile, too, for when you’re on the run or making deliveries yourself.

I spoke with the company’s co-founder and CEO Ben Curren about the company, the product and the future of the cannabis industry. [Read More at Tech Crunch]

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