Network design and implementation refers to creating a custom IT set-up that’s tailored to the unique challenges that come with running and scaling a business. As the legalization of recreational and medical cannabis expands in select states, so does the opportunity for cannabis businesses to grow. In these exciting times, it’s easy to overlook covering your bases as you focus on reaching potential customers. One common mistake that entrepreneurs make is failing to set up a robust IT system.
Data breaches and losses, whether intentional or accidental, can cost businesses a pretty penny. Imagine losing all of your inventory data during peak season or leaking sensitive customer information due to a hacking incident. Recovering from such fiascoes can easily strain your funds and sadly, for many businesses, this spells the beginning of the end. Building your business with a solid IT infrastructure in place is your best bet to reduce the risks of a massive financial loss due to a data catastrophe.
On the surface level, securing your network and the devices involved in the daily operations of your business feels simple enough. It can be tempting to subscribe to cloud infrastructure services that seem to offer an all-in-one solution. However, without a sound implementation strategy in place, even the best cloud services are reduced to nothing more than a fancy storage for your data. Moreover, as your business grows, more pieces are added to the IT puzzle than you know how to deal with: customer relationship management (CRM), point of sale (POS), enterprise relationship management systems (ERM), servers, firewalls, and more.
Cannaspire specializes in network design and implementation for cannabis businesses. Our experience as a security and tech provider in the cannabis industry has given us valuable insight into designing a network infrastructure that supports business growth and smooth implementation to your business. Looking for Network Design & Implementation for your cannabis business? Fill out the form below and let’s talk.