The report captures trends in the cannabis business, markets and consumer habits in 2021; shows an interesting category change in female product preferences.
DENVER, July 21, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Akerna (Nasdaq: KERN), an enterprise software leader, compliance technology leader, and developer of the cannabis industry’s first seed-to-sale enterprise resource planning (ERP) software technology (MJ Platform®), today announced the Announced publication of its second annual semi-annual review.
Akerna publishes half-year review
This report sheds light on the state of the ever changing and emerging cannabis industry.
This report sheds light on the state of the ever changing and emerging cannabis industry. It delves deeply into cannabis operators, auxiliary cannabis, capital, new markets, consumer buying trends, and corporate social responsibility regarding the cannabis industry.
You can find the report here.
Sections on the Semi-Annual Review of the Cannabis Industry + Authors:
Introduction: Jessica Billingsley, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman of the Board, Akerna
Cannabis Markets: Trends and Forecasts: Scott Socio, Head of Corporate Development and Board Member, Akerna
States recognize the economic opportunity of cannabis: Sheri Springer, Director Service Sales, Akerna
Data Snapshot: Cannabis Consumption Spending and Trends: James Ahrendt, Business intelligence architect, Akerna
Cannabis and Corporate Social Responsibility: Missi Woolridge, Marketing and Community Engagement Specialist, Akerna
“We are carefully curating this data- and research-based report for anyone interested in better understanding the world’s fastest growing industry,” says Jessica Billingsley, Akerna managing director. “You will find this report useful as a business owner looking to make data-driven decisions, as an investor looking to learn more about the promising cannabis industry, or as a consumer looking to learn more about how the cannabis industry works to ensure safe deliveries of the products, that you consume. “
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Akerna (Nasdaq: CORE) is an enterprise software company focused on serving the cannabis, hemp and CBD industries in compliance with the law. Based in Denver, Colorado, the company’s mission is to create the most transparent and responsible supply chain in the world by building a cannabis technology ecosystem that connects data points along the global cannabis supply chain from seeds to sales to an end in itself. Akerna was first launched in 2010 and has more than $ 20 billion in cannabis sales to date and was the first cannabis software company to be listed on the Nasdaq.
Akerna uses connected data and information to power the cannabis industry, empowering companies, governments, patients and consumers to make smart decisions. The company’s cornerstone technology, the MJ platform, the world’s leading infrastructure as a service platform, supports retailers, manufacturers, brands, distributors and growers. Akerna also offers a full package of professional consulting services and data analytics for businesses as well as Solo Sciences, MJ Freeway, Leaf Data Systems, Trellis, Ample Organics and Viridian Sciences.
Via MJ Freeway
MJ Freeway is more than software as a service. The flagship solution, MJ Platform, includes Platform Insights. Now operators, investors and regulators can access the largest and most statistically relevant database in the industry to make data-driven business decisions.
Platform Insights offers:
The greatest statistical relevance across countries
Normalized data (not bred from various different POS platforms)
Complete data on the cannabis supply chain
Business insights based on the category management methodology
Platform Insights can remove the guesswork and provide answers to questions like:
What is the gross margin on inventory?
Which SKUs should be carried?
How do shopping basket adjoinings influence discounting and retention strategies?
What does a medical market look like in the year
Click here More information about the MJ platform.
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