NetworkNewsBreaks – FinCanna Capital Corp. (CSE: CALI) (OTCQB: FNNZF) Investee Adds Taxation Reporting Technology to its Proprietary Compliance Platform

FinCanna Capital (CSE: CALI) (OTCQB: FNNZF), a royalty company for the U.S. licensed medical cannabis industry, this morning announced that its investee company ezGreen Compliance has expanded its proprietary Business Intelligence Dashboard (“BID”) by adding a new comprehensive taxation feature to automate crucial revenue reporting functionality. ezGreen Compliance provides a state-of-the-art enterprise compliance and point-of-sale (“POS”) software solution for licensed medical cannabis dispensaries and cultivators. ezGreen plans to roll out the new taxation feature as a fully integrated component of its BID to the company’s affiliate network comprised of more than 200 dispensary locations. Furthermore, ezGreen’s BID, which was developed and supported by Automated HealthCare Solutions (“AHCS”), is Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (“HIPAA”) certified and is compliant with state laws ensuring secure customer data storage. “Compliance reporting is becoming a “must have” for every business in the cannabis industry,” FinCanna Capital President and CEO Andriyko Herchak stated in the news release. “We believe ezGreen is clearly the industry leader in the compliance software space as evidenced by their superior Business Intelligence Dashboard which now incorporates a mission critical taxation reporting solution. Compliance reporting is an enormously lucrative space and we are confident ezGreen will deliver outstanding results for our shareholders.”

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About FinCanna Capital Corp.

FinCanna provides financing to top-tier companies in the licensed medical cannabis industry in exchange for a royalty on revenues. FinCanna, led by a team of finance and industry experts, is building its diversified portfolio of royalty investments in scalable, best-in-class projects and companies in U.S. legal states, with a focus on California. For additional information visit www.FinCannaCapital.com

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