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Proteus 420 Teams Up With Zenco To Normalize Cannabis Retail Transactions

Proteus 420, an online enterprise resource planning system for businesses in e-commerce, retail, healthcare, and highly regulated industries, including alcohol and cannabis, entered into a strategic partnership with mobile payment platform, Zenco. The technology collaboration offers Proteus 420 merchants a streamlined and cashless shopping experience for their customers.

Powered by Zencorn, LLC, a single-source tech hub for cannabis payment solutions, the Zenco platform connects dispensary retail stores with mainstream, federal financial networks through a closed-end payment loop network. Designed to process purchases that cannabis operators cannot typically process, Zenco provides secure and compliant cashless payments through ACH transfers with transparent auditing.

“We’re thrilled to be able to offer this valuable payment solution to our Proteus 420 dispensary customers. The fintech platform upgrades the customer experience with faster checkout times and ease of purchasing, while simultaneously improving and maximizing dispensary sales,” stated co-founder and CMO of Proteus 420, Dawne Morris.

Proteus 420 goes beyond seed-to-sale tracking, specializing in customer management, point of sale, inventory management, e-commerce, accounting, document storage, grow management, and driver tracking. A validated software provider with METRC, and other state reporting systems, Proteus 420 is currently being utilized by cannabis operators in every legal U.S. market.

“This is truly a symbiotic partnership,” stated Dev Nath, director at Zencorn, LLC. “We’re leveling the playing field for Proteus 420 merchants by delivering a cost-effective and cashless payment platform, while also expanding Zenco’s geographic footprint to new cannabis markets across the country.”

Proteus 420 has recently released a whole new interface courtesy of the Zenco mobile banking platform.

“This partnership is about bringing cannabis retail into a normal transaction pattern to benefit merchants who are already faced with many challenging restrictions as a cannabis operator. When shoppers are no longer confined to the cash they have on hand, the opportunity for growth is boundless,” concluded Nath.

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