Indian firm in technology to process, sell Mbanje in Zimbabwe

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AN Indian firm has invented technologies meant to help Zimbabwe sell cannabis for medicinal purposes.

Jugnoo, one of India’s on-demand service providers, said it was ready to begin business in Zimbabwe following the legalisation of the plant for industrial, scientific and medicinal purposes.

“The pot market is poised to get much more exciting as mbanje production becomes legal in Zimbabwe,” said the company in a press release this Tuesday.

“Jugnoo, India’s largest on-demand service provider forays in Zimbabwe’s weed rush with the launch of complete technology suite for cannabis online ordering and delivery business powered by JungleWorks on 8th May 2018.

“JungleWorks provides businesses an uber for weed model to help them start selling medicinal cannabis online right away.”

According to the statement, JungleWorks is a complete technology suite that empowers marijuana business by providing website, mobile app, manager dashboard and a driver app.

The suite also provides an intelligent Customer relationship marketing, real-time chat, route optimisation, multiple payment options and business analytics dashboard.

It also offers different menu styles to show off the cannabis products in your local language with multiple language feature.

Marijuana online business has become less complicated with JungleWorks Cannabis Business suite.

Samar Singla, Chief Executive Officer and founder of Jugnoo and JungleWorks, said the legalisation of cannabis in the country brings prime opportunity for tech-businesses.

“This recent move by the government of Zimbabwe to legalize medicinal cultivation is a step towards disruption in this industry with technology,” he said.

Singla added, “The consumption of marijuana for medicinal purposes has created a perfect time for entrepreneurs to pick up on this opportunity and kick-start their own Medical cannabis delivery business.”

“We are excited about the launch and expects to grow multi folds in future. On our platform, dispensaries can manage all of their products, orders, deliveries and delight their patients with real-time chat. Our muscular analytics provides deep business insights like top-selling products, consumer behavior, sales performance and data of different time of the year.”

The organisation’ statement also claims that its JungleWorks is clocking more than 100 000 transactions per month in the USA on its cannabis delivery platform with clients like WeedMaps, Weed24, Sierra Well and Green Guys Collective to name a few.

Headquartered in Chandigarh, India, the company is currently rendering its services to more than 34 cities of India and clocking 50 000 daily transactions.

This is the company’s first move to Southern Africa and is planning to launch in more countries.