Cannasure and Simplifya Partner to Help Reduce Insurance Premiums

DENVER – Cleveland-based Cannasure Insurance Services, a top cannabis insurance provider, announced today that it will offer discounts of up to 10% to its customers that use Simplifya’s regulatory compliance software.

Denver-based Simplifya created the leading self-auditing software for cannabis companies to ensure they’re compliant with state and local regulations.

“If you’re a licensed business in the highly-regulated marijuana industry, being compliant is one of the most important things you can do for your business and for the industry,” says Simplifya CEO and Co-founder Marion Mariathasan.

Cannasure CEO Patrick McManamon says, “It just makes sense for us to reward our customers that are making compliance a priority. Hopefully the premium discounts we’re offering will help encourage more cannabis companies to stay compliant, and in turn, advance this burgeoning industry.”

About Simplifya

Simplifya, headquartered in Denver, Colorado, is the industry’s leading cannabis compliance software company. The company was founded in 2016 by partners from Vicente Sederberg, the law firm that led Colorado’s Amendment 64 campaign (legalizing recreational marijuana), and investors with proven track records in technology start-ups. Its cloud-based web, tablet, and smartphone app work in synchrony to simplify the process of staying compliant with state and local marijuana regulations.

About Cannasure Insurance Services, LLC

Since 2010 Cannasure has been a leading provider of insurance in the marijuana industry. Cannasure provides cannabis business insurance products and services for the legal marijuana industry in the United States. The company offers general and product liability, primary/excess auto, umbrella, workers’ compensation, all risk property, crime, inland marine, miscellaneous and manuscript, director and officer, EPLI, kidnap and ransom, and professional liability insurance solutions. It offers its insurance products and services to cultivators, dispensaries, cannabis-infused product manufacturers, landlords, ancillary cannabis businesses and physicians.