SACRAMENTO, CA — (April 23, 2018) Smart Cannabis Corp. (OTC: SCNA) announced today that it has completed three more customer projects including greenhouses, full installation services, and recurring software subscriptions for its SMARTAPP automation software. The sales and installs were managed and executed by the company’s subsidiary, Next Generation Farming, in Northern California. The company has announced a total of seven completed transactions, including sales of greenhouses, turnkey installations, and SMARTAPP software subscriptions in 2018.
“We are working day in and day out selling, innovating, installing, and building strategic partnerships. On top of transactions, our pipeline is exploding and big projects are in development. The year is shaping up exceptionally well and we can’t wait to share more with our investors,” says John Taylor, co-founder and CEO.
Additional news and developments can be found at www.SmartCannabis.com/news.
Smart Cannabis (OTC PINK: SCNA) is a public equity corporation advancing the agriculture and cannabis industries and growing through acquisition, strategic alliances, and proprietary intellectual property. The company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Next Generation Farming Inc., provides turnkey, automated, commercial greenhouses systems that efficiently improve yields and decrease water consumption for cultivators of organic food and cannabis crops. The company websites are http://smartcannabis.com and http://nextgen.farm.
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Don Smith, Vice President