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April 30, 2019 44 min
Likely, the first technology choice of a dispensary is the POS system. It’s the hub of your inventory, processes all revenue, and source for all reporting. Many of these systems have integration partners that further extend their capabilities. The Cannabis industry now has many POS providers, but, how to choose the right one for your Dispensary? We'll dive deep with Matt in how he and his team chose a POS for their Dispensary; we discuss how they understood their needs, their research process, as well as some of the ancillary systems that played a hand in their decision. Matthew Kutch, CEO of Woah Flow in Trenton, NJ Woah Flow POS & Ancillary Systems BioTrackTHC: DataOwl: Seed: Brian Weber, Host, Lit Up, Big Ideas in Cannabis Technology & Innovation Listen to the episode here or on SoundCloud, Apple Podcasts, Google Podcasts, Spotify, Stitcher, TuneIn, or your favorite podcast platform. Support this podcast
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