WhitePistils Highlighting Seed-To-Sale Blockchain-Based Software

The New Program Will Facilitate Improved Working Relationships Among Cannabis Growers and Government.

September 9, 2019, Charlotte – WhitePistils is being introduced as a new software program designed for seed-to-sale efforts in the cannabis industry. WhitePistils is a patent pending web-based software designed by Confianz Global Inc. and is made for legal cannabis growers throughout the United States and Canada. The new software comes as the market for cannabis continues to thrive.

WhitePistils focuses on blockchain technology and advanced artificial intelligence to produce better sales efforts in getting cannabis products out to the public. The goal is to facilitate secure sales while ensuring full traceability from the end product on the shelf back to the mother plant from which it originated.

A unique consensus system will also be incorporated for work efforts. The compliance work provided on the blockchain system ensures it will be easier for sales to move forward while keeping transaction issues from being a threat. All day to day data is stored on an immutable blockchain shared with the regulating government entity and testing centers for compliance.

The data analysis and tracking features will also help improve the cannabis industry and its development. This includes making it easier for data to be monitored based on unique projects and how cannabis products are to be transported. There will be an easier time managing cannabis-related clients on the market as well. The accurate reports that come about will be something of note.

Details on sales and packaging efforts are tracked as well. The work confirms how transactions are made and that items can be shipped out to various participating parties as necessary. The goal will be to confirm that sales are going through as planned and that people are getting the cannabis products that they are asking for in many forms.

WhitePistils is based out of Charlotte, North Carolina and is not directly involved in cannabis sales or sales relating to cannabis derivatives. WhitePistils focuses on selling its seed-to-sale software to licensed and certified cannabis growers. With cannabis becoming increasingly legal for medicinal and recreational purposes alike, there will be a need to track transactions and facilitate the growth of various cannabis farmers. WhitePistils will facilitate a smarter approach that works well.

Information on what WhitePistils has to offer can be found at whitepistils.com. The system is currently in its beta form. Additional information can be found at the “WhitePistils Booth”  at TechCrunch Techdisrupt event in San Francisco on October 2-4, 2019.

Media Contact: 

Company: WhitePistils

Contact: Anoop Menon

Email: anoopmenon@confianzit.com

Phone: 704-215-4622

Website: https://whitepistils.com/

Address: Confianz Global Inc, 128 S Tryon Street, Floor 21, Charlotte, NC 28202

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