Vancouver, CA – KayaPush is an all-in-one platform that helps dispensary owners grow and scale their businesses by simplifying HR, payroll, time tracking, and scheduling. With this all-in-one solution, Oklahoma dispensaries will be able to meet the demands of operating in a highly regulated industry with little administrative burden.
KayaPush has years of experience helping other marijuana industry startups in California, Nevada, Missouri, Michigan, Illinois and is excited to expand its services to Oklahoma. Their all-in-one solution is already making waves throughout the cannabis community by providing an easy solution that overcomes many of the regulatory hurdles faced by dispensaries, such as payroll and employee management.
Director of Partnerships at KayaPush, Tommy Truong, said he anticipates a huge demand in the Oklahoma market in regards to HR and payroll services. “We’re dedicated to giving dispensaries the tools they need to manage their workforce effectively while making sure that all the regulatory requirements are met, and there is minimal friction for the business owners,” said Tommy.
Aiming to serve as a complete workforce management solution for dispensaries in Oklahoma, KayaPush simplifies operational tasks with streamlined time tracking and scheduling capabilities. With detailed reporting tools and an intuitive interface, dispensary owners can manage teams without performing extensive administrative work.
“Our HR and payroll solution was designed with dispensaries in mind. We understand the difficulties of processing payroll in the cannabis industry, staying compliant, while still managing and running your business,” said Tommy.
KayaPush integrates with leading POS systems that offer the Metrc tracking integration, ensuring compliance and an end-to-end solution for dispensaries.
It is currently offering a free trial of their software to Oklahoma dispensary owners looking for a payroll and workforce management solution.
About: Kayapush is an all-in-one platform that helps dispensary owners grow and scale their businesses by simplifying HR, payroll, time tracking, and scheduling.
Media contact: Stephanie Graham
Phone: (800) 4499756
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