OAKLAND, Calif., Jan. 30, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Grasshopper Kiosks (grasshopperkiosks.com), the developers
Grasshopper's unique platform has been developed specifically for the cannabis market, and gives dispensary owners and operators a powerful tool to increase sales and improve customer satisfaction. The Grasshopper system is fully compliant with state reporting requirements, and has been newly designed to interface with leading tracking and sales software.
With the Grasshopper system, customers can order online and then pick up their selections at a self-service kiosk.
The Grasshopper system reduces workload and frees up employees to provide better customer service. The system also provides real-time sales trends, and allows managers to change prices and implement promotions in a matter of moments.
"As the cannabis market evolves, dispensary owners are looking for new methods to streamline operations and engage customers," said Martin Kaufman, CEO of Grasshopper Kiosks. "Our innovative system provides a wide range of cost-saving benefits and revenue-enhancing features. It gives dispensaries a competitive edge, which is vital in today's crowded market."
Grasshopper Kiosks are made in the USA, and are available in a variety of models to fit every need.
See the Grasshopper Kiosk in action at the NCIA's Seed to Sale Show, in booth 215.
For more information on Grasshopper Kiosks, call: 877-828-3879, email: Sales@GrasshopperKiosks.com, or visit: www.grasshopperkiosks.com
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