The legalization of cannabis in all except two American states is to thank for this. It has also brought a new influx of money and created revenue for urban and rural communities alike.
As countries went into lockdown last year, these businesses were seen as essential, leading to a rise in both demand and consumption.
Home delivery, along with online ordering as well as curbside pickups, showed up as the most popular trends in the pandemic year that choose to persist.
Automated end-to-end solutions save time and resources as well as streamline processes and increase efficiency. DispatchIQ comes up with street-level routing plans while considering various constraints like traffic, zone restrictions, customer preferred time slots, etc.
Accurate geocoding can locate even the fuzziest addresses on the map, thus increasing the First Attempt Delivery Rate (FADR). TrackIQ shows the Estimated Time of Arrival (ETAs) for customers based on dynamic on-ground conditions.
Market trends, delivery preferences, and customers’ historical information, all contribute to making smarter decisions around sales, planning, and distribution
Locus’s NodeIQ, with its highly intuitive interface, helps come up with the optimal network design to ensure seamless flow of cannabis in the supply chain.
Planing hourly dispatches can help with quicker on-ground operations, better utilization of vehicles, and reduced inventory costs.
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