Alleaves, which last week acquired cannabis software provider BioTrack, announced an agreement with Seattle-based cannabis business platform Leafly to provide retailers with new integrated tools. Under the partnership, operators will receive real-time inventory updates from Florida-based Alleves and automatically sync menus between point-of-sale and Leafly software. said Mike Beedles, Alleaves co-founder and CEO, in a press release, "Alleves and Leafly together contribute key strengths to advancing the mission of becoming the leading enterprise resource planning (ERP) platform for cannabis companies nationwide." Jason Tartaglia, Leafly's senior vice president of product, said the partnership will enable stores to offer consumers a better shopping experience, and the new integration with Alleaves will bring greater value to retailers and the platform. BioTrack enters 2023 as the second largest cannabis POS provider with software installed at 531 adult and medical cannabis retailers, controlling a 13.4 percent market share, according to Cannabiz Media's 2022 industry report.
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