Canix (YC S'19) is building the first generation of modern software for the burgeoning cannabis industry. We help our customers overcome daunting compliance regulation, sell more product, and optimize their day to day operations—from cultivation, to processing, to distribution.
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Legalization is here. Canix is not only establishing the technical foundations of the industry as it grows, but continuously working to improve them with every feature we ship. This is the definition of a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
It's early. It's clear that we're building something people want (and in some cases—need), and our traction shows it. Your work will be pivotal in forming and growing the team, company and the entire industry from the ground up.
We've known each other for years, and are beyond thrilled to be on this journey together. Our team's got it all—from sales, to product, to engineering. We've built teams, started companies, and developed products and infrastructure used by millions of people.
We're currently a team of 5. Our process is simple: identify an opportunity to make it easier for our customers to run their business (be it a product, infrastructure improvement, or development tool), run it by the team, and build it. We use daily check-ins to hold each other accountable, weekly meetings to plan the next cycle of work, and 3 month check-ins to talk about the company's priorities and goals as a whole. Everything else is up to you.
Integrating with hardware (e.g. wireless scale integrations for weighing product during and after harvest/processing or RFID scanners for plant tracking)
Working with gnarly (read: terrible) 3rd-party APIs to push/pull data to/from our backend with a high degree of accuracy and timeliness
Delivering beautiful and effective UIs to help our customers accomplish their work (some of our customers have not used a smartphone before!)
Writing efficient mobile applications that can work both online and offline to process hundreds of thousands of plant changes in sporadic network conditions
Managing payments for an often overlooked population of underbanked customers—the entire cannabis supply chain.
Developing (or re-developing) our offline client-side architecture. Canix is the only offline-enabled software in the industry, and we need to continue to push the boundaries with what we can accomplish for our customers with little to no internet connectivity.
Hardware integrations with RFID-enabled labels and long-distance readers to power streamlined compliance and sales for some of the biggest players in the cannabis industry.
Building the first-ever cannabis CRM. Connecting our customers to buyers & sellers, most of whom have traditionally used ancient email/phone/rolodex type systems to avoid prosecution in the illicit cannabis market.
We’re a lean team by design. Our aim is to be adaptable—to be able to build high quality solutions to a wide range of problems, both age-old and entirely greenfield, and to do so across a wide range of focus areas, not all of which are related to engineering. If you find a problem, make it your own to solve.
We value speed, thoughtfulness, open communication (honesty, and oftentimes bluntness), and an active passion in helping people survive and thrive in the age of cannabis legalization.
We ask everyone on our team to physically visit at least one customer when they join, and encourage regular in-person check-ins at least once every 3-6 months. We understand the power of relationships in building great products that people want.
No rules around hours. We only care that the work gets done and the impact is felt.
Canix holds a remote-friendly culture. We know how important focus is to getting work done, and how much of an impact your location can have on getting things done. Our office is always here if you need it.
We provide full medical and dental coverage to all our employees (1/2 of us are Canadian, we wouldn't have it any other way).
Every 6 months, we plan a roadmapping/team retreat—Vegas and Tahoe were first on our list, and we have many more to come!
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