In Microsoft’s hometown, or rather home state Washington DC, production, distribution, and sale of Marijuana (weed) is legal. No doubt that the legal weed industry has a burgeoning demand across Washington and other five states where it is legal.
On Thursday, Microsoft announced its decision to partner with Kind Financial, a cannabis industry-focused software vendor. Kind Financial provides software solutions to businesses and government agencies looking to track the sale of legalized marijuana “from seed to sale”. The company has been in the business for up to three years now.
Microsoft partnership with Kind Financial marks the first big tech company to delve into the legal weed industry. It has been observed that most big tech companies shy away from the pot industry, but that only gave plenty of room for small startups to venture in and they have been thriving.
Ramifications of Microsoft delving into Weed Business
The legal weed industry needs technology solutions in as far as the gathering, processing, and understanding of data on the optimized growth of cannabis and other logistics are involved. Tech solutions are also needed to capitalize better on the burgeoning demand …read more
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