Fastweed Is Helping Cannabis Sellers Set Up Advanced E-Commerce Stores in 15 Minutes, With Zero Charges

Fastweed, an IT company is introducing a DIY advanced e-commerce platform for the cannabis industry. Now, cannabis dispensaries and delivery services can sell more products and deliver merchandise faster.

June 18, 2019 —

Beverly Hills, CA: The cannabis industry is growing at an exponential rate. Unfortunately, web technology developers are not catching up fast enough. So, most cannabis dispensaries and delivery services without the capital or the technical know-how are leaving a lot of money on the table by not taking orders online.

Companies who deliver orders fast to their customers will succeed in our connected age; those who don't will inevitably die. You've already seen it. The few who know how to harness the networks make more money, faster, and with less effort.

Fastweed is an online platform designed to solve the web development needs of cannabis dispensaries and delivery services, so they can build their own website in minutes and start selling. The platform provides web hosting and a highly professional e-commerce store where they can quickly and easily showcase their products and grow their online ordering.

The site takes only 15 minutes to build. Already, there are thousands of products with pictures in their database, so all the store owner has to do is add their own price and they're ready to start selling immediately.

To get started for FREE, please visit https://www.fastweed.com/cannabis-ecommerce-solutions/signup/.

For cannabis sellers, dispensaries, and delivery services, the challenge of getting an e-commerce store is a serious one. The current out-the-box e-commerce platforms don't cater to the needs of the cannabis industry - for obvious reasons. The technology landscape continues to change and leveraging the latest advances is a constant struggle. Finding good engineers with the right skills for the digital age is increasingly difficult and hiring a web developer to start from scratch is time-consuming and crazy expensive.

Fastweed is right on time to deliver these businesses a specialized service that will help them launch and grow their cannabis e-commerce business very fast. The platform is easy to use and doesn't require any technical skills. Anyone can get an advanced e-commerce site within minutes.

It is the cheapest, fastest, easiest, and most reliable way to build an e-commerce store that is free for both buyer and sellers. The site comes ready with useful features that include:
Built-in world-class search engine
Store pickup or local delivery options
Hosting on your own domain
No charging of fees or processing of any kind
Multiple payment options; cash on delivery or store credit
Single page checkout to reduce cart abandonment
Huge product catalog with thousands of products with pictures, etc.

Fastweed also provides easy management of inventory, products, and online delivery, as well as management of stores, locations, hours, delivery areas, delivery fees, etc.

To ensure the quick growth of the platform by improving the lives of cannabis sellers, Fastweed isn't charging to use the platform. Their desire is to see cannabis store owners set up a functional and advanced e-commerce store and give feedback on their experience.

Fastweed is a game changer by providing the cannabis industry with a platform where dispensaries and cannabis delivery services can quickly and easily build their e-commerce websites so they can reach more customers, increase their revenue, and grow their business faster.

For more information on how to get on Fastweed, please contact (855) FAST-POT, sales@fastweed.com, or visit https://www.fastweed.com/.

Contact Info:
Name: Mark Belanger
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Organization: Fastweed
Website: https://www.fastweed.com/%20%20

Release ID: 525886

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