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Not all patients can reach the dispensary floor, and dispensaries often become jammed with customers, with wait times lasting over a half hour. To remedy this, new, innovative cannabis delivery and tracking applications allowing cannabis customers to get in and out of the dispensary quickly, cutting down on foot traffic.
The cannabis industry’s burgeoning growth, alongside newfound nationwide acceptance, means that cannabis businesses should expect heavy growth over the next few years. New digital retail technology aims to put dispensaries in the customer’s pocket, as an available app in legal states where one can place orders for pickup or delivery, as well as view cannabis selection.
Cannabis markets face strict state regulations, banking limitations, and business licensure costs, which can prove to be quite expensive. Innovative, integrated cannabis care technology developed in New Zealand may solve this problem, giving patients the ability to speak with cannabis physicians, make appointments, place orders for pickup or delivery all from a remote, secure facility.
Although 12 American states offer cannabis for adult use, marijuana based businesses encounter difficulty acquiring banking services. This leaves most operating on a cash only basis, with troublesome amounts of cash making them targets for robberies. Innovative cannabis cryptocurrencies now give these dispensaries the option to store their money digitally.
50-70% of all fast food sales were made in drive thrus in 2016, generating some $100 million dollars in sales. Cannabis dispensaries may increase sale efficiency and shorten customer wait times by adopting drive thru options. New drive thru dispensaries unveiled in Florida and Washington will allow owners to better track purchases.
Cannabis businesses make more money when they produce their own products. This “Seed to Sale” business model allows them to lower their prices to reasonable levels, with one company attempting to lower the cost of a gram to only $1. New digital platforms track cannabis production from seed to sale, all while maintaining regulations, and improving customer service and experience.
Due to federal prohibition, cannabis businesses in the United States must conduct cash only operations.. Moreover, state regulations mean these businesses must also track and document every movement of product in their shops. E-commerce represents both an opportunity to expand as well as comply with regulations, offering online sales, product tracking, and improved customer retention.
With an estimated value of $10 billion in 2018, the cannabis industry is growing, but just catching up in terms of consumer data. By tracking and analyzing sales, businesses can learn what products work best for what conditions. New, “point of care” technology does just that by tracking medical marijuana sales by product, streamlining compliance and improving customer service.
New, biorhythmic tracking technologies, similar to fitness tech that tracks things like blood sugar, blood pressure, and steps taken, will allow cannabis dispensaries to learn what cannabis products do inside the bodies of users. This will help them determine what type of products are most popular with certain patients/enthusiasts, and ensure compliance with state regulations.
Cannabis mold testing makes up a large part of regulations on cannabis in legal states like California and Washington, but detection can be tricky. Due to differing practices, moldy cannabis sometimes makes it through inspection unnoticed. New high frequency radio wave tech can remove mold, yeast, and other harmful substances from cannabis buds.
The costs of owning and operating a physical location mean many potential cannabis dispensary owners cannot afford to open shop. Add in state regulations, and costs get even higher. New remote pharmacy kiosks, which offer doctor consult via TV screen, as well as online ordering and pickup, offer immense applications for the cannabis industry.
In terms of payment options, many dispensaries and cannabis businesses still rely on the tried and true cash only payments. Due to federal prohibition, digital banking services are hard to come by, which means payment via debit and credit card may not be possible. Innovative cannabis cryptocurrencies offer instant send and private send features, which allow for efficient and anonymous digital cannabis purchases.
New cannabis markets appear each year, as states legalize cannabis for medicine and adult use. Alongside new markets come curious, first time cannabis users, who often create long wait times and congestion at new dispensaries. Digital, virtual reality dispensaries will allow patients and customers to stroll inside a virtual weed store. They can learn about available products and preorder, cutting down on wait times.
Concentrates, whether dabbed or vaped, have become the most popular items on the legal market. The extraction process is costly for cannabis businesses in terms of time and machinery. This reflects on prices, leading to low returns for a popular product. New Drain Droyd technology allows cannabis businesses to reduce concentrate production time to only half an hour.
Cannabis became illegal in the United states through complicated, expensive tax laws, which effectively kept cannabis businesses from becoming legitimate. Today, dispensaries must jump through regulatory hoops to maintain legality. New seed to sale technology will allow dispensaries to better comply with state laws and regulations by streamlining sales, tracking purchases, and providing digital payment options.