Order helps finance and accounting teams in the cannabis space automate manual tasks and focus on business growth. With Order, place and track purchases across all your non-THC vendors, control spend across all users, and pay 1 perfectly-coded, consolidated bill per month for all your purchases. Improve cash flow with access to flexible payment terms and save costs by automatically sourcing the best price for your purchases.


Purchasing Software

Spend less time managing multiple vendors and catalogs and more time growing your business.

Consolidated Billing

Pay as little as one weekly or monthly invoice across ALL of your vendors while unlocking extended net terms on payments.

Strategic Sourcing

Unlock over $4 billion in purchasing power and make sure you always pay the lowest prices for your products.

AP Automation

Eliminate manual AP processes and significantly decrease the time you spend capturing, coding, and reconciling invoices.

Customizable Budgets and Approvals

Eliminate rogue spend and ensure compliance with fully customizable budgets, approvals, and product catalogs.


Zachary Garippa

Zachary Garippa is the Co-Founder and CEO of Order. Prior to founding Order, Zach worked at Morgan Stanley in Financial Services - however, he credits his street smarts to his summers spent as a Doorman on Park Avenue. Zach was born and raised in Brooklyn, New York. He graduated from Boston College Carroll School of Management with a degree in Finance and Economics and is an alumni of Regis High School in New York City.

Tom Jaklitsch

Tom Jaklitsch is the Co-Founder and CTO of Order. While studying Computer Science and Computer Engineering at Johns Hopkins, Tom split his time between experimenting with startups and working with more established high-growth companies like Shopify. After noticing a trend in trouble with purchasing across those experiences, he was excited to team up with Zach to address the problem for businesses. Today, Tom leads Order's technical efforts with a focus on automating and simplifying the purchase-to-pay problems for businesses at scale. In his free time, he mentors younger companies and is an avid (but middling) golfer.