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[January 01, 2013]
CannCast.com Expands Free Service, Adds Access to Provider Collectives for Dispensaries
Berkeley, CA, Jan 01, 2013 (PRWeb.com via COMTEX) -- CannCast.com, the leader in provider-to-dispensary connections, has expanded their free basic service to include providers of flowers, concentrates, and infused products. Basic users can now choose which type of medicine they would like to list for free, a move designed to facilitate getting these important medicinal products from providers to patients. Previously, listing concentrates and infused products was available only as a paid premium user.
Additionally, an important new type of CannCast user has been added: Provider Collectives. These collectives, that produce edibles or concentrates, can list the medicines they have available, and can also request raw materials (flowers) from other CannCast providers.
Until now, CannCast's service has focused primarily on flowers, using their strain-centric approach. At its core, the service is a lead generation tool that facilitates meetings between providers and approved dispensaries. CannCast's service works by allowing providers to list what they have available and for dispensaries to list what their patients are requesting. By simply connecting a provider with a dispensary who actually desires their medicine, CannCast cuts out a huge amount of wasted time and effort on both sides.
About CannCast CannCast's mission is to optimize industry processes through the use of online strategies and industry experience. CannCast is a lead generation tool that facilitates meetings between medical cannabis dispensaries and providers through search and discovery based on specific cannabis strains. Our unique features allow users to predict supply and demand trends using real-time and historical information, and take a proactive approach to medicine inventory.Our vision is to bring greater predictability to the medical cannabis industry, and to assist in dependable and safe patient access to the specific medications they need.
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