Alleged ‘attack’ takes down MJ Freeway’s software, causing chaos for marijuana retailers

By Chris Walsh MJ Freeway’s widely used software platform for cannabis businesses crashed over the weekend, creating ripples across the marijuana industry. The outage sent 1,000 marijuana retailers in 23 states scrambling to handle everything from sales and inventory management to regulatory compliance issues. A number of dispensaries and recreational stores had to close Sunday as a result. Others dealt with lengthy lines and customer complaints, as it took them longer to complete sales transactions. MJ Freeway said it expects to restore service to the lion’s share of its customers by Monday and the rest on Tuesday. The Denver-based company told Marijuana Business ... Alleged ‘attack’ takes down MJ Freeway’s software, causing chaos for marijuana retailers is a post from: Marijuana Business Daily: Financial, Legal & Cannabusiness news for cannabis entrepreneurs