Microsoft Partners With Cannabis Tracking Software Company KIND Financial
Microsoft is the first major company to dabble in the flourishing cannabis industry following a partnership deal announced today with the Los Angeles-based seed-to-sale tracking software company KIND Financial, the New York Times reports.
Microsoft will be working with KIND’s “government solutions” division, which focuses on software for state and local governments in their pursuit of regulatory compliance. KIND’s Agrisoft Seed to Sale for Government software will be offered through Microsoft’s Azure Government, “the only cloud platform designed to meet government standards for the closely regulated cannabis compliance programs,” said Kimberly Nelson, Microsoft’s Executive Director of State and Local Government Solutions.
The tech giant’s willingness to cooperate with a company focused solely on legal cannabis could indicate that legitimate infrastructure is on its way for the nascent industry. “We do think there will be significant growth,” Nelson said. “As the industry is regulated, there will be more transactions, and we believe there will be more sophisticated requirements and tools down the road.”2
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