According to PRNewswire, In response to the coronavirus COVID-19 pandemic, Cannveya has leveraged their existing partnership with iHeartJane to do their part in helping the cannabis community by offering dispensaries delivery logistics solutions at no charge until the crisis subsides.
Dispensaries are experiencing a change in consumer behavior as shoppers are staying home in an effort to stay healthy. Cannabis deliveries have doubled since a state of emergency has been declared. The foot traffic for brick and mortar dispensaries has declined significantly and in-store sales may soon be prohibited altogether. Establishing a strong delivery service is becoming essential to servicing customers.
"We know people's lifestyles are changing drastically during this pandemic and having access to cannabis, whether medical or recreational, can provide peace of mind. In solidarity with the cannabis community and in the interest of public safety, we believe it is essential to make home delivery a priority. To do our part, we are taking the cost of our software out of the equation for dispensaries deciding to start offering delivery," says Cannveya CEO Justin Morris.
Cannveya and iHeartJane's seamless integration enables brick & mortar dispensaries to get their delivery operations up and running quickly. This integration currently powers some of the largest dispensaries across the country, and can be applied to all dispensaries during this difficult time.