(Portland, ME – October 2018) Strimo LP announced today that the company has added significant depth and experience to its executive leadership team with the hire of Crash Lowe as Vice President of Sales and Business Development.
Strimo is an ERP software company that offers manufacturing tracking, accounting, and sales management tools for the legal cannabis industry, offering solutions to help cannabis operators improve data collection, streamline efficiencies and manage growth.
Lowe most recently managed the team at Waterdog Technologies, a company he co-founded in 2014, with a vision to change the face of the technology distribution market to better serve Managed Service Providers (MSPs).
“My passion is working in emerging markets and this sector is poised for more growth than anything in my lifetime”, Lowe said. “We are doing some really exciting things here at Strimo and the response from this maturing market has been overwhelming” continued Lowe.
Over the past decade, Lowe has overseen the sales operation for Beverage Metrics as the Senior Vice President of Sales, developing and deploying an award-wining, full inventory system that improves process and reduce shrinkage for the hospitality industry. He started his career as a salesperson for MeetingOne Teleconferencing in Denver, Colorado. In the years that followed Lowe worked his way up to Global Vice President of Enterprise Sales and helped grow the company to over $20M in annual revenue.
“Crash’s experience in bringing valuable solutions to his clients, allowing them to optimize the workflow and maximize their margins is tremendous” said Strimo’s CEO Jacques Santucci. Strimo aggregate all data points into a continuous integrated stream that flows from all aspects and through a series of modules that includes Full Integrated Accounting, Manufacturing Tracking and Costing, Point of Sale and Audit-grade Compliance. Lowe will play an integral part in growing the sales team and its channels.
When Lowe is not working hard in the office or spending time with his family, he loves to be outside doing activities like skiing, biking, riding motorcycles and whitewater kayaking.
Strimo is an ERP software focused on empowering the serious cannabis operators to manage business performance by offering best-in-class proven tools to improve data collection, streamline efficiencies, and manage growth.
Idealfor a growing company, including those operating in a multi-site or multi-state environment, Strimo is a secure cloud-based solution, combining cultivation, manufacturing, accounting and dispensary management, all on one platform.
Developed by cannabis industry leaders and pioneers,Strimo enables operators to optimize workflow and maximize margins through fully integrated accounting, manufacturing tracking and costing, point of sale, audit-grade compliance as well as KPI analytics, collecting data organically, from internal or third-party systems.
For more information on Strimo, call 207-200-8586 or visit www.strimo.net .
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