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Go Green Processing Launches POS System For Pot Industry

Go Green Processing, the payments company, announced a single integrated PoS system targeted at medical cannabis and marijuana suppliers.

In a press release Go Green Processing said the POS system comes with free cash depository processing with vault. The one premise vault also doubles as an ATM and can handle 20,000 notes at a time.

“Credit card processing and cash vault services for the medical marijuana industry is now available in the USA,” says Jerry Kelly, National Market Sales, Go Green Processing in the press release.  

The merchant POS system is designed with an eye on giving patients and customers complete freedom to interact with the medical marijuana industry just as they do with other businesses.

The on-premise vault also offers convenience to the merchant and is serviced by an armored car that is always available, the company said. All funds can be transferred to the bank account in real time after deposit, the company said in the press release.

Go Green Processing said the PoS system is meant exclusively for the cannabis industry, and offers a multi-device interface that can be used on the go. Sellers of medical cannabis and marijuana can now with just one point of sale system accept credit and debit cards as well as cash, and manage the entire product lifecycle from purchase and inventory to sales.

The Go Green Processing system can accept cards, depositing cash in-house, seed-to-sale integration, and managing funds via online banking, wire transfers or electronic checking. Also included is a special Go Green Debit Card.

The company noted in the release that medical cannabis and marijuana businesses who adopt the Go Green POS system can keep a real-time check on product lifecycle, from inventory investment to point of sale.

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