Payment and Inventory Management System for the Medical Marijuana Industry Launched
The First and Only Payment and Inventory Management System for the Medical Marijuana Industry Launched By 420Pal.Com
420Pal has opened for business, providing the first and only one-stop e-commerce solution for the medical marijuana industry.
When the state of California legalized the use of medical marijuana, it ushered in a new industry. Today, Washington DC and 15 other states allow registered patients to use marijuana for medicinal purposes. Prescriptive pot is also becoming a commodity in a new way.
While some states have approved commercial plantations, others allow collectives and dispensaries. Regardless of the source, however, the only consistent way of paying for the medicine has always been cash.
With the system introduced by 420Pal, medical marijuana has entered the 21st century. Collectives and dispensaries will now be able to accept payments either online or in the store. It can even verify the availability of funds before the transaction is completed.
420Pal is also a comprehensive point of sale, or POS, system that will allow dispensaries to keep records of their sales and export that information into their accounting software.
But why develop such a system? Mr. Sherman, the President of 420Pal said, “Medical marijuana isn’t just a miracle drug helping people live more normal, less pain-filled lives while managing chronic conditions like cancer, multiple sclerosis, and HIV/AIDS. It’s also a rapid-growth industry, one devoted to helping people on both sides of the counter.”
Mr. Sherman further said, “Whatever your feelings are about cannabis, the science behind it cannot be denied. New information reveals that it might actually stop the growth of cancer cells, and this is not a substance we have to spend millions of dollars learning to synthesize. As state and local laws continue to develop, increasing regulations will oblige the industry to adapt. 420Pal provides the tools needed for collectives to sleep soundly at night.”