Microsoft is in love with the weed business after its unprecedented declaring of its next after acquiring LindeIn the 26.2 Billion dollars deals in cash. What Microsoft thinks is the next big deal is the weed business. Well you do not need to ask yourself, if weed at all is legal. Get to know that weed is legal in most states in the United states, their actually legal aspect to weed, which can be healthy and for research purpose. There are some people that are approved to grow weed farms, and what Microsoft is wants to do is to monitor these weeds that are being grown right from the seed to the term of being used, so what Microsoft will being doing is to monitor these business of weed growing to make sure those that have been given license do not misuse the opportunity to grow weed
In the words of Microsoft concerning the weed, “The goal of this relationship is to leverage each company’s resources to provide State, County, and Municipalities with purpose built solutions for track and trace (‘seed to sale’ in the cannabis industry) Technology.” Kind said in the statement.
How creative will these business profit Microsofit, since big tech companies have failed to tech up the challenge of being known as one of the tech companies making money from weed, we believe Microsoft will be smiling more to the bank in due term.
According to the information, Microsoft will be using their cloud based services, Azure to monitor these deal with its partners KIND Financial, a Los Angeles-software based marijuana startup, that allows people who sell weed legally