How Internal Applications Can Help You Manage Your Cannabis Business

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The cannabis industry is becoming increasingly competitive. As more and more states legalize it, so too does the number of cannabis-related companies rise. This means that your business needs to begin looking into ways that it can differentiate itself from the competition.

One way of doing so is by increasing your operational efficiency. Internal applications are great for this. Keep reading to learn more about what they are and how they can help your cannabis company thrive.

What are Internal Applications?

Your internal applications will be entirely independent of any consumer-facing apps you may already have. They’re only meant to be used by the people that work for you. Their purpose is to make it easier for your employees to carry out their tasks in the most efficient and effective ways possible.


Internal Applications Facilitate Better Communication

One of the biggest use cases of internal applications is for improved communication. Did you know that large corporations lose an average of $62.4 million each year due to miscommunication? Small businesses aren’t doing much better here. They report an average loss of $420,000 for the same reason.

Internal applications provide a solution to this problem. Consider developing an app that has communication and scheduling capabilities. Then, get your workforce to begin using this as their main platform. Doing so will eliminate situations in which meetings are double-booked or a project’s deliverables are unclear.

Improved Efficiency from Internal Applications

Your company may also be able to increase the efficiency of some of its operations by creating a well-built internal application. There are a variety of ways that this can happen. 

For example, you might have a sales associate who is networking for leads. With an internal app, they could take all of the information that they gather from that process and add it to a centralized database. Then, that information could be manipulated and analyzed in a variety of ways to help your company get maximum value from it.

This is just one example. The ways in which you can use internal applications to improve efficiency are only limited by your creativity and the abilities of the team that you use to design the app.


Other Uses for Internal Applications

Internal applications can also be highly beneficial to your internal workflow processes. You can build one with HR functionalities, for example, to reduce the amount of work that your HR staff has to handle manually.

Similarly, you can use internal applications to streamline your employee training process. Apps provide new workers with easy access to all of the training resources that they need in a single centralized place. 

This can be beneficial to experienced workers, too. If they ever aren’t sure of the answer to a question, they can quickly look it up themselves through your internal app instead of having to email a supervisor about it.


Developing an Internal Application

Internal applications can make it significantly easier for you to manage your cannabis business and get the most out of it. But in order to get the most out of yours, you need to select the right team for the job.


Onsharp has the expertise needed to build whatever you have in mind. We’re very experienced at creating management systems for companies and would love to do the same for your cannabis business. Reach out to us directly to learn more about how we can help.

 



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