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October 10, 2018

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Clark County Commissioner Chris Giunchigliani appointed to Anami Technologies Board of Directors

Mike Wilson, Chairman and CEO of Anami Technologies in Corona, CA, announced the approval and election of Chris Giunchigliani, Clark County Commissioner and God Mother of legalized medical cannabis in Nevada, to its board of directors.

“We are delighted to have Chris join our board,” said Wilson.  “Chris brings a wealth of knowledge and understanding to us from the public sector having served in the Nevada State Assembly from 1991-2006 and now as a member of the board of commissioners for Clark County, NV since 2007.”

“These are exciting times for the legalized cannabis industry, and I’m excited to be a part of company that will provide systemic solutions to many of the challenges this industry is facing to become more respected and accepted by lawmakers and regulators,” said Giunchigliani.  “As a former legislator and now county commissioner, we need a platform that will provide transparency and compliance to regulators at all levels of government.  Anami’s platform bridges that regulatory compliance gap between the industry and regulators.”

About Anami

As a new, legal industry (state-by-state), cannabis is subject to multiple regulatory agencies and different state and federal laws and rules. Anami’s software as a service is completely compatible with the laws in each state.

The industry faces heavy documentation, audit trail, and custody reporting requirements not solved by industry standard ERP software. Anami securely delivers to its customers regulatory document compliance, custody tracking and an audit trail, and lot-by-lot tracking. Anami does not handle any cash or provide any financial transaction services.

Anami’s software is 21st century technology using blockchain as the foundation for security and safety. It bridges the regulatory compliance gap among cannabis companies, banks, and municipalities. The platform gives states and local governments real time, predictable revenues for better budgeting and controls. For federal regulators, anti-money laundering (AML) systems provide the necessary tracking of transactions in both cannabis and non-cannabis purchases.

Anami’s software is a “drop-in” solution that integrates with existing software and processes in the cannabis economy. It includes several features, which streamline FinCEN compliance and create a thorough view of a cannabis business:

  • It manages the flow of regulatory documents ensuring completeness and compliance in the KYC process. Documents can be easily viewed, commented, and exchanged.

  • It displays revenue of cannabis businesses to provide a high-level overview and assist in planning. Revenues are sorted by geographical region and type of license.

  • It allows custom alerts for abnormal Metrc and financial activity, identifying areas of questionable activity and business change.

Anami Technologies just completed its “Friends and Family” investment round and is currently meeting with venture capital and angel investment funds for the next stage of growth. For investment opportunities and more information about Anami, please contact Tom Skancke, chief strategy officer at 702.521.7272.


October 2, 2018

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Medicine Man Colorado Co-Owner and President Joins Anami Technologies Board of Directors

Mike Wilson, Chairman and CEO of Anami Technologies in Corona, CA, announced the approval and appointment of Sally Vander Veer, co-owner and president of Medicine Man Colorado, to its board of directors.

“We are delighted to have Sally join our board of directors,” said Wilson. “Sally brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to our board as we begin the final phase of development of our cannabis industry software.” Medicine Man Colorado is a leader in the cannabis industry not only in Colorado but also in the United States.

“I am thrilled that Anami has elected me to its board of directors. I have been in this industry for over nine years now. I have seen a lot of companies come through my office with one gimmick after another trying to solve the compliance issues for the industry. I’ve found Anami to be the one company that understands the systemic challenges our industry faces when it comes to compliance and transparency,” said Vander Veer, co-owner and president of Medicine Man Colorado.

“The legal cannabis industry has many challenges at the federal, state and local levels related to banking and financial transactions,” said Wilson. “We are finalizing a platform for the industry and governments to provide safe and secure transactions for the cannabis industry and to streamline compliance. It is a systemic solution for transactions of cannabis and non-cannabis sales.”

About Anami

As a new, legal industry (state-by-state), cannabis is subject to multiple regulatory agencies and different state and federal laws and rules. Anami’s software as a service is completely compatible with the laws in each state.

The industry faces heavy documentation, audit trail, and custody reporting requirements not solved by industry standard ERP software. Anami securely delivers to its customers regulatory document compliance, custody tracking and an audit trail, and lot-by-lot tracking. Anami does not handle any cash or provide any financial transaction services.

Anami’s software is 21st century technology using blockchain as the foundation for security and safety. It bridges the regulatory compliance gap among cannabis companies, banks, and municipalities. The platform gives states and local governments real time, predictable revenues for better budgeting and controls. For federal regulators, anti-money laundering (AML) systems provide the necessary tracking of transactions in both cannabis and non-cannabis purchases.

Anami’s software is a “drop-in” solution that integrates with existing software and processes in the cannabis economy. It includes several features, which streamline FinCEN compliance and create a thorough view of a cannabis business:

  • It manages the flow of regulatory documents ensuring completeness and compliance in the KYC process. Documents can be easily viewed, commented, and exchanged.

  • It displays revenue of cannabis businesses to provide a high-level overview and assist in planning. Revenues are sorted by geographical region and type of license.

  • It allows custom alerts for abnormal Metrc and financial activity, identifying areas of questionable activity and business change.

Anami Technologies just completed its “Friends and Family” investment round and is currently meeting with venture capital and angel investment funds for the next stage of growth. For investment opportunities and more information about Anami, please contact Tom Skancke, chief strategy officer at 702.521.7272.