Alleaves, which acquired cannabis software provider BioTrack last week, announced a deal with Seattle-based marijuana commerce platform Leafly to offer a new integration tool for retailers.
Under the partnership, operators will receive real-time inventory updates from Florida-based Alleaves with automatic menu syncs between point-of-sale and Leafly software.
“Together, Alleaves and Leafly provide key components to further our mission to be the leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform for cannabis companies nationwide,” Alleaves co-founder and CEO Mike Beedles said in a news release.
Jason Tartaglia, senior vice president of product for Leafly, said the partnership will allow stores to provide consumers with a better shopping experience.
“This new integration with Alleaves brings increased value to our retailers and our platform,” he said in the release.
The partnership comes about a week after Forian announced the sale of its BioTrack software for $30 million in cash to
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