Meadow, the cannabis technology developer backed by Y Combinator that has won over leading California dispensaries like The Apothecarium and SPARC with its delivery app, has unveiled a new enterprise solution aimed at helping its customers run both inventory and delivery services in a manner that complies with both state law and HIPAA. The price is based upon the number of patients, starting at $150 per month for up to 50 and priced at $675 for up to 500.
“All of these pieces are going to be connected in what becomes a seed-to-sale platform for marijuana that is home-grown in California and delivered by dispensaries for patients in California,” said CEO David Hua.
Hua compared Meadow’s model to being a “Grubhub for cannabis.” Instead of owning and packaging the entire product from end-to-end, the company partners with dispensaries.
Read Kim-Mai Cutler’s “Cannabis Startup Meadow Unveils A Platform For Dispensaries To Manage Orders, Patient Intake”: http://techcrunch.com/2015/11/11/cannabis-startup-meadow-unveils-a-platform-for-dispensaries-to-manage-orders-patient-intake