LOS ANGELES, CA / ACCESSWIRE / May 1, 2018 / NUGL Inc. (OTC PINK: NUGL), the cannabis industry’s new standard of technology launches enhanced reviews and goes into live testing.
NUGL launched its enhanced reviews Sunday morning. The enhanced reviews are the most detailed reviewing platform in the industry. Users can now rate profiles with up to 10 categories such customer service, atmosphere, cleanliness, product knowledge and inventory selection just to name a few. Each of the 10 categories has a 5-star rating with the ability to leave comments in each category. Users can choose to rate all categories or rate only the categories they wish. Our rating platform will provide customization and transparency for users while providing invaluable feedback to shops and services.
”This is a major feature that is critical to our community. Enhanced ratings will be a definitive difference validating our organic listings and raising the standard for the industry. We want the users to know what they are getting before they step into a store or sign up for a service,” said Jeff Odle CTO of NUGL Inc.
NUGL is currently testing the software and ratings in a live setting. ”The feedback we get from the 420 community is invaluable. Building an honest and organic community is and will always be our mission,” said Brandon Vargas CEO.
NUGL is growing its team of developers and launching new features weekly. We are ahead of a featured timeline and excited to keep the software evolving and being relevant to the industry.
You can review our timeline at: http://www.nugl.com/invest.html#timeline.
NUGL is a search engine and online directory for the marijuana industry. The NUGL database includes listings for dispensaries, strains, doctors, lawyers, service professionals, vape shops, hydro stores and brands. The Company leads the evolution in business relations, development and organic data in the cannabis industry with metasearch technology.
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