By admin • August 12, 2014

Cannabusiness at Crossroads with ERP Software

Watching the birth of today's regulated cannabis industry is truly fascinating from a business perspective. Since passage of the Controlled Substances Act in 1970 cannabusinesses have operated mostly underground, absent the organizational structures found in most 'legitimate' capitalist enterprises. Here at Viridian Sciences we're focused on the backbone of this developing market: ERP software. The work is riveting. The challenges are invigorating.

SAP Business One is a remarkable software package built with a focus on small and medium-sized enterprises. The system is easily customized to the particular needs of niche industries and specialized businesses. First launched in 1996 the system has been honed to perfection after 18 years of continuous testing and development. Partnering with one of the largest technology companies in the world has enabled Viridian Sciences to introduce the most reliable and scalable business management solution available. For an industry experiencing rapidly changing regulations and extreme growth we offer an alternative to the covert business model of the past four decades.

The industry currently stands at a cross roads. As the political climate continues to shift toward a more progressive view of cannabis, adopting mainstream business tools will help you adapt, stay competitive and focus on your passion. The alternative is less bright. Your cannabusiness may struggle to grow efficiently. You may find yourself wasting time on problems not associated with your core business. If you are experiencing any of these symptoms remember: You Have a Choice.

You have a choice.

Stay tuned for future posts about Viridian Sciences ERP software. We will discuss in more detail how this product can positively impact your business and drive growth. We'll also provide information about how the Viridian solution differs from other business tools such as Quickbooks, BioTrack, MJ Freeway and other Seed-to-Sale software.




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