ProTek Capital / Luxuriant Holdings, Shareholders Update: Luxuriant Holdings to Announce the Development of Proprietary ERP S...
ProTek Capital / Luxuriant Holdings, Shareholders Update: Luxuriant
Holdings to Announce the Development of Proprietary ERP Software
DALLAS, TX--(Marketwired - Mar 3, 2014) - ProTek Capital/
Luxuriant Holdings (OTC Pink: PRPM) ("the Company") announces today
Development of Proprietary ERP Software "MaryGen".
Luxuriant Holdings is currently developing ERP software
completely customized for the cannabis marketplace. The software,
MaryGen, will cover all aspects unique to the MJ marketplace such
as; seed to sale and future accountability to the DEA and FDA.
MaryGen covers all of the EPR needs of small to large companies.
The company believes it will be a necessary as more states come
online to legalization and the breath of products and retail
outlets grow. MaryGen's market appeal will cross both the medical
and recreational use. The company is on pace to be first to
market with this custom multifunctional business tool that will aid
companies in tracking their capital and products while maintaining
"I'm excited to report that MaryGen will come online in about
two months and is projected to contribute to our overall revenue
projections for this year in a healthy manner."
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Luther Jeffries CEO Protek/Luxuriant Holdings
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effects of continued geopolitical unrest and regional conflicts,
competition, changes in technology and methods of marketing, delays
in completing various engineering and manufacturing programs,
changes in customer order patterns, changes in product mix,
continued success in technological advances and delivering
technological innovations, shortages in components, production
delays due to performance quality issues with outsourced
components, and various other factors beyond the Company's
For more information: Luther Jeffries CEO Protek/Luxuriant