The togo420 API enables ordering of cannabis products. togo420.com is a technology platform to connect cannabis dispensaries and consumers in the United States & Canada. Methods are available to manage orders as well as retrieve valid states and catalogue information.
From the provider:
"Our API is built both for efficiency and simplicity. At togo420.com/apidocs, we have taken a complex Cannabis ordering process and reduced the number of API endpoints needed to submit an order down to just 3 API endpoints(ie: Create Order, Add Product, and Submit Order). Thus, decreasing the time software developers need to navigate the complex tax structures, cannabis laws/regulations, and industry trends inherent to the cannabis business space.
he end result is a Fully-Automated Direct-to-Consumer platform for ordering Cannabis products. Delivering products into the hands of the consumer in a timely manner is our number one priority, usually aiming for delivery within 30 minutes. In addition, our entire supply chain consists of vendors licensed to fulfill deliveries on behalf of our API clients to end-users, the consumers.
We are set to end beta testing shortly and are in the process of allowing only a few 100 more FREE beta testers access to our API and Shopify App, free of charge. We will post price structures for our API/Shopify App here and once the beta testing period is complete."
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