“Love thy customer.” We’ve all heard the same advice many times and many different ways, and at the center ring of our Treez trunk, we take this to heart — We obsess about our customers, and our customers’ customers. We designed some new features and workflows in our latest release to make it easier for dispensaries to help shoppers, and make the interaction less about a transaction and more about an amazing retail experience.
Who doesn’t love a good discount? Rewards, promotions, and specials are top-notch strategies proven to help your cannabis dispensary flourish. Believe it or not, despite lowering the cost of a sale, discounts can make customers happier, turn them into loyal visitors, and even increase spending overall! We know how much of an impact this can have on your retail business, which is why we’re so excited to announce some major updates to our discount functionality.
When John Yang, CEO and Co-Founder of Treez, sat down with Entrepreneur, he let his proverbial hair down and opened up about what ignited his spark for the cannabis industry; the importance of positive mental fortitude; and what it’s like to be a first-time ganjaprenuer.
New updates mean more efficient workflows! With our latest version of Treez, you’ll notice some big changes to our Cash Handling module that go beyond its fresh, modern design. While the same features and functionality will still be there, we’ve added—and enhanced!—the ability to perform End of Shift and Close of Shift functions, as well as adding, editing, or removing Cash Drops. All from a single, centralized location.
Daily volume on 4/20 at dispensaries using Treez equates to $1B annually.
So, here’s the deal.
Since ushering in adult-use in California, the annual 4/20 holiday will go down as one of the industry’s biggest retail days ever. In an effort to maintain the momentum gained, we’re excited to announce a variety of new features to help you work faster and provide your customers with an even better shopping experience.
Setting the Bar Higher: Excise Tax Management
January 1, 2018… the date everyone in the industry was waiting and waiting and waiting on has become somewhat of the boogie man. Not everyone understands it. How does it look? How does it feel? What does it mean for me and my business? For the purpose of our discussion, January 1 should be interpreted as the date your business enters into the state-regulated market.