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TraceWeed Ready for Use by Washington State Marijuana Growers and Processors

WASHINGTON: Recreational marijuana growers and producers in Washington State have a new option for meeting their seed-to-sale traceability requirements, as Seattle-based Dauntless Software Inc. has announced the release of TraceWeed, a solution that tracks plants, inventory, and storage locations using a combination of desktops and smartphones. All of it is designed to help make I-502 businesses Read the full article…

Dauntless Announces Acquisition Of Soro Software

Acquisition brings CRM and business intelligence functionality to GIANT platform WASHINGTON: Dauntless, Inc. has acquired Soro Software, Inc., announcing an agreement to combine forces and move forward together.  “We’re super excited about working with Dauntless!”, said Soro CEO Jerry Tindall. He says, “Our companies just clicked so well together; it was a no-brainer”. Dauntless CEO, Clark Musser, Read the full article…

TetraTrak’s Brian Yauger: Building Better Business Intelligence Technology

WASHINGTON: Brian Yauger has a game plan for bringing better business intelligence to the legal cannabis industry.  A Texan with Republican political leanings, the former NCAA football coach at first blush seems an unlikely figure to be heading one of Seattle’s hottest canna-tech firms, TetraTrak LLC, but Yauger believes his career as a big time college football Read the full article…

Dauntless and Front Runner Partner To Deliver Real-Time Data For Cannabis Industry

WASHINGTON: Cannabis technology providers Dauntless Software, Inc. and Front Runner, powered by TetraTrak,  have teamed up in an effort to deliver best-in-class business intelligence to their customers, the two companies announced last week at the Marijuana Business Association’s 2015 Washington Marijuana Producer/Processor Seminar in Spokane, WA. As part of the partnership, Dauntless will deliver real-time data Read the full article…

Peaceful Pot Rally 2.0 Set For May 2 In Easton

PENNSYLVANIA:  A Peaceful Pot Rally canceled due to a forecast of rain has been rescheduled for May 2. Called Peaceful Pot Rally 2.0, organizers have scheduled it for 2:30 p.m. immediately following the Easton Farmers Market, which ends at 2 p.m. in Centre Square. “No, really this time! Immediately following the farmers market in Center Read the full article…