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Cannabis retailers have had a difficult time in the past year with the COVID-19 pandemic. At Greenline, we pride ourselves on speed and ...
The Ontario provincial government requires one of the most stringent and complex retail compliance reports in all of Canada. ...
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“The POS searchability has been a great functionality for our budtenders. Previously, they used the kiosk, or the online menu, now they’re able to feel like they know their stock. When an order comes in, or when someone comes in and asks us what ounces are available, it’s beautiful to be able to sort by gram.”
“I like to tell businesses to keep it simple, especially when you want to grow into multi-store, you’ve got to keep your system the simplest possible. Greenline is simple and easy to use, and that’s what I think software should be.”
The inventory and the way the inventory is set up in Greenline is flawless in my opinion, it’s super easy to use. It’s really nice to use software where everything is laid out so clearly and really hard to mess up.
The retail software stack has completely transformed over the past decade. What used to be a messy mix of various disconnected on-premise solutions are now tightly-integrated SaaS platforms that work together to deliver value to retailers. Canadian cannabis retail emerged in a unique environment where complex compliance regulations forced retailers to use the latest dedicated […]
Our goal is to share our stories and learnings on building a system that now supports 500+ stores across Canada and processes over $45 million in cannabis retail sales every month. I hope that whether you work at a startup or not, you’ll find stories that you can relate to!
Engineering is messy. Startup engineering is especially so, and I’d argue that if it’s not messy you’re doing it wrong. Speed matters a lot, and it’s impossible to make perfect architectural decisions early on. As a young 20s kid with only 2 years of professional software development under my belt, I did what I knew how to do at the time.