WeedTraQR Seed-to-Sale Software Certified For Oregon

WASHINGTON: The Oregon Liquor Control Commission (OLCC) has approved WeedTraQR cannabis seed-‐to‐sale tracking software as a validate software provider for Oregon’s recreational marijuana program. The Seattle-based company has developed a platform that is compatible for integration with Oregon’s Cannabis Tracking System (CTS) to meet the inventory traceability needs of the state’s producer, processor, wholesaler, and research.

Operational for over two years in neighboring Washington, with a rapidly expanding roster of clients, WeedTraQR lends proven expertise and hard‐earned credibility to Oregon’s fledgling system. WeedTraQR’s software will allow recreational cannabis producers, processors, and wholesalers to electronically transmit complete and accurate inventory and sales data into the state’s mandatory CTS, saving time and reducing the risk of error.

All OLCC recreational marijuana licensees must participate in Oregon’s CTS; they can choose an approved third-party provider to integrate company sales and inventory data with the state’s system. One of only four providers validated for use by producers and processors, WeedTraQR pragmatically solves the inventory‐tracking requirement in this early industry stage, turning traceability from burden to competitive advantage by supplying clients with data analytics and other operational resources.

WeedTraQR claims to be the first ‘meta’ traceability software, reporting to the CTS in both Washington (BioTrackTHC) and Oregon (Metrc), making it an appealing option for companies with national aspirations and for those who currently license products in multiple states who want a consistent interface for all facilities.

Touted by Washington’s recreational industry as the easiest‐to‐use, most efficient and responsive inventory platform in the cannabis space, WeedTraQR will focus on producers and processors in Oregon and will also support wholesale and research licensees.

“We like that we’re taking  a platform agnostic, commodity equipment, agile SaaS model to the cannabis industry. It’s a major advantage to be able to run your grow or processing facility traceability from any mobile device, like a tablet or your smart phone, ”  said company co-founder Eric Ogden.  “We’re technology disruptors. We’re unique in that we’re aligned  with the industry first, while providing competent  and reliable governmental support and reporting.”

Strategies: Pole Position In The Cannabis Industry

 

Starting a business within a highly regulated sector is tough. Starting a business in a highly regulated sector in which the rules are still being written is even more difficult.

That’s the challenge Justin Dufour faces now that Oregon voters have approved the sale and recreational use of marijuana by adults. Dufour’s company, Viridian Sciences, makes management software for businesses serving the cannabis market. Ideal clients include producers, processors, laboratories, retailers and government regulators. In early November, he debuted Viridian’s software at the Marijuana Business Conference and Expo in Las Vegas, and he’s even contemplating buying a national charter bank …

MJ Freeway Releases Software for Marijuana Infusers

COLORADO: MJ Freeway today announced the debut of a new software solution designed exclusively for marijuana processors and infused marijuana product manufacturers.

MixTracker is the only software currently available that enables infusers to precisely control, monitor and log the ingredients they use to manufacture marijuana-infused products, such as edibles and extracts. Infused products typically include marijuana from multiple batches or lots, each with potentially different yields, so the manufacturing and tracking processes are often complicated and error-prone.

MixTracker simplifies and automates the entire manufacturing process, giving infusers a much needed, integrated solution that precisely tracks and controls recipe inventories, while providing robust batch tracking, cost analysis, compliance reporting and end-user labeling data. [Read more…]