3 Ways to Improve Your Cannabis Delivery Service

Boost performance, increase profit, and optimize your business with one easy solution

Beans Route takes cannabis delivery drivers all the way to a customer’s front door, even at apartments.

Simple ways to improve your delivery service

1. Delivery notifications

Many customers order cannabis products for medical purposes. In fact, medical marijuana made up 71% of legal cannabis sales in 2019. Many of these clients suffer from chronic pain, post-traumatic stress disorders (PTSD), Crohn’s disease, anxiety, and other ailments that may make it difficult to walk or answer the door. Services that provide clients with accurate ETAs and delivery notifications make it easier for customers to mentally or physically prepare for the delivery.

2. Real-time driver location

GPS tracking allows dispatchers to view the current location of each driver. A dispensary can use this information to keep track of how the day’s deliveries are progressing and to monitor a driver’s whereabouts while completing deliveries.

3. Route optimization

Many dispensaries plan routes by hand. Not only is this time consuming, but pen and paper routes are inflexible and have no ability to adjust to traffic, time constraints, or other variables.

An all-in-one solution

Although cannabis companies can use multiple platforms to add these enhancements to their delivery service, there is an easier solution. Business and delivery management software, such as Beans Route, provides companies with real-time driver location, route optimization, delivery notifications, and more within a single dashboard.

  • AI-powered route planning and dispatch
  • Timesheets and scheduling
  • Fully integrated electronic logging device (ELD) solution
  • Clock in/clock out
  • Route progress in dispatcher
  • Device agnostic
  • Analytics and metrics
  • Ability to drop pins and draw maps
  • 3-minute driver training
  • 24/7 US-based support
  • No contracts


The fear of being shut down due to another epidemic has spurred the interest of many entrepreneurs to focus on what states declared essential markets, like the marijuana industry. Additionally, a recent report by ArcView Market Research and BDS Analytics predicts that the global revenue of the legal cannabis industry is expected to grow to $40.6 billion by 2024 — a CAGR of 24.5%.



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