GrassHopperHub Partners with Cova to Streamline Cannabis Retail Supply Chain

We are revolutionizing the cannabis industry with an online purchasing platform that’s bridging the gap between seed and point of sale,” said Heidi Arsenault, CEO of GrassHopperHub.


Colorado-based cannabis retail software company, Cova announced today a partnership with Washington-based cannabis technology company, GrassHopperHub to integrate services and streamline the supply chain for retailers, processors, and producers. The partnership is expected to launch January 2018. GrassHopperHub will be featured in the COVA partner pavilion at this year’s MJ Biz Con in Las Vegas Nevada November 15-17 in booth #4208.

When integration is complete, retail operators using Cova’s software suite will be able to order inventory through an online business-to-business platform. By using the online marketplace, buyers will eliminate the inefficiencies and costs associated with time-consuming manual processes and create specificity throughout the entire seed-to-sale cycle.

“We are a cannabis retail software designed to make complex operations simple, so this partnership is not just a strategic move for us but the right one,” said Gary Cohen, CEO of Cova. “By integrating with GrassHopperHub, buyers will be able to make multiple purchase orders with multiple sellers in one click, saving them more time and money while staying compliant.”

In addition to the online marketplace, insights such as product descriptions, applicable discounts, product reviews, and budtender ratings provide operators across the supply chain the data they need to make decisions for sustainable growth.

“We are revolutionizing the cannabis industry with an online purchasing platform that’s bridging the gap between seed and point of sale,” said Heidi Arsenault, CEO of GrassHopperHub. “Through this exciting partnership with Cova, cannabis retailers will be able to manage the front and back of the house through a single point of entry – Elevating the retailers experience end-to-end.”

About MJBizCon
November 14, 2017: Pre-Conference Workshops
November 15-17, 2017: Main Conference & Expo

The fall MJ Biz Conference is held in Las Vegas every November. In 2016, 10,880 cannabis-related executives and financiers attended the conference, making it by far the largest professional cannabis event in history. The event boasts attendees from all 50 states, plus more than a dozen countries and 650 exhibitors. Visit GrassHopperHub and Cova at booth #4208.


About Cova
Cova, a Colorado-based cannabis retail software company, provides a point of sale system designed specifically for the cannabis retail industry. Cova’s POS suite makes complex operations simple, so retailers can stay compliant, deliver an unforgettable retail experience, and grow their empire. The Cova retail platform powers 19,000 locations of all sizes and verticals with virtually no downtime, even on Black Friday and 420. For more information about the Cova POS suite, menu boards, and digital solutions, visit

About GrassHopperHub
GrassHopperHub is the first B2B online business platform specifically created for the legal cannabis industry. GrassHopperHub connects producers, processors and retailers through an online marketplace, thereby eliminating the inefficiencies and costs associated with time-consuming manual processes. GrassHopperHub weaponizes the cannabis industry with high caliber technology to simplify business operations, track inventory, mange financial data and ensure regulatory compliance. Visit to buy and sell for free or email info(at)grasshopperhub(dot)com.

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