Driven By Stem (CSE: STEM) continues to drive forward with its delivery-as-a-service offering within the US cannabis marketplace. The firm yesterday morning announced that its Budee e-commerce platform has seen its mobile app become listed within the Apple App Store.
The Budee Cannabis Delivery App has now officially been launched, enabled the firms 173,000 customers to purchase cannabis products directly on the app, including products such as flower, concentrate, edibles, pre-rolls and more. The app also enables consumers to track their orders to their doorstep, in addition to offering personalized deals and discounts.
““The addition of the Budee app to Apple’s App Store is a significant milestone for our Company and for the industry as a whole. We are ready and excited to expand our technological leadership to the 65% of our customers who have an iPhone as well as new customers enthused to have our great assortment and personalized service, who can now seamlessly and confidentially purchase cannabis products through their mobile device in our markets,” stated CEO Adam Berk on the development.
The app is currently available for consumers based in Driven By Stem’s two states of operation, California and Oregon. The app is also expected to be implemented within new markets as the company deploys its expansion strategy into additional states. New market expansions, as per the company, are expected to occur in late 2021, as well as throughout 2022.
It’s expected that the addition of the app will also lead to new customers for the company, as the ease of service and use draws in additional clientele.
Driven By Stem last traded at $0.30 on the CSE.
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