Cannabis Software & Technology
or adult use marijuana businesses or medical cannabis businesses some form of cannabis software and technology is required in your operations. In 2014 there were probably only a handful of cannabis seed to sale vendors, today that list is so large its hard to keep track. Each State will have there own mandatory tracking platform that licensees will need to report to. Licensees are allowed to use vendors of there choice for seed to sale tracking as long as the vendor has been approved by the State.
Another major form of software and technology is the mandatory security requirements. Every State will vary with these requirements but they primarily consist of a high quality digital cameras with large servers capable of handling video storage for thirty to ninety days. Another area of the security is the alarm system along with some States requiring biometrics as additional layers of security.
Technology is mandatory these days, but in this sector it’s become a required industry standard. From seed to sale to security companies, businesses are faced to make a lot of decisions around cannabis software and technology. We can provide assistance in a wide array of services which will help start ups and or existing operations find what providers and or products work best for them. Over the years we’ve assembled a vast network of cannabis business vendors and other professionals who are local and abroad to assist.
If you are looking for installation, general maintenance, protocols for security, or any other technical service let us know.
Each project is unique as well as each State implementing cannabis regulations, you will want to check with them to see what is required and allowed when applying for your cannabis business.
For more information on how we can help you, give us a call today.
What is Technology?
The purposeful application of information in the design, production, and utilization of goods and services, and in the organization of human activities.
Technology can be described in the following ways:
Tangible: blueprints, models, operating manuals, prototypes.
Intangible: consultancy, problem-solving, and training methods.
High: entirely or almost entirely automated and intelligent technology that manipulates ever finer matter and ever powerful forces.
Intermediate: semiautomated partially intelligent technology that manipulates refined matter and medium level forces.
Low: labor-intensive technology that manipulates only coarse or gross matter and weaker forces.
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