WASHINGTON: MainStem has announced signed affiliate agreements with Flourish and Weedtraqr, two leading technology providers of enterprise supply chain and inventory management systems. These seed-to-sale platforms serve cultivators, manufacturers, processors, wholesalers, distributors, and retailers in the regulated legal cannabis industry.
“We are excited to bring a value-add service into our technology suite,” said Colton Griffin, CEO of Flourish Software. “We love the idea of giving our clients more features and benefits from with inside of our technology platform. Flourish already controls the purchasing and inventory management of non-cannabis inventory. It makes perfect sense that we would partner with MainStem to streamline the purchasing process and procurement needs for all non-cannabis products for our clients.”
MainStem’s proprietary technology brings product manufacturers and suppliers to cannabis businesses with their MainStem Affiliate (MAP) and MainStem Vendor (MVP) programs. The Marketplace features MainStem’s product catalog of over 10,000 ancillary products such as product packaging, retail accessories, grow supplies, and traceability equipment from a wide selection of leading industry suppliers. Access to the Marketplace is included in the software at no additional cost to customers. Users can manage payment processing, order fulfillment, order status, all directly supported and operated by MainStem’s dedicated customer service team. Marketplace customers not only experience a one-stop shopping convenience but can also compare pricing and manage orders from multiple suppliers in a single purchasing platform.
“In the cannabis industry, seed-to-sale applications are the technological backbone that helps these businesses thrive. MainStem brings value and convenience to end users with resources they need to help run their businesses. For that reason, we vet our potential software partners to make sure the MainStem Marketplace will be valuable to the people using it,” said Liam Sweeney, MainStem Director of Business Development.